"Following reports that the famed photographer and longtime Massachusetts College of Art and Design professor acted inappropriately with students, Nicholas Nixon’s best-known collection of pictures has been removed from the Institute of Contemporary Art.
His work, The Brown Sisters, is a series of photographs taken of his wife and her three sisters every year since 1975. They’ve been on display at the ICA, along with dozens of his other photographs, for months in an exhibition called “Nicholas Nixon: Persistence of Vision” and had been scheduled to remain there another 10 days."
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The ICA has taken down Nicholas Nixon's famed collection "The Brown Sisters" after allegations of sexual harassment https://t.co/k9fZTv76xb pic.twitter.com/YzGEQAOWAC— Boston Magazine (@BostonMagazine) April 12, 2018
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