Exhibition and Book by Barry Fellman Commemorates the 25th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew

Twenty Five years ago the most damaging hurricane to hit the US in nearly a century slammed into Miami-Dade County.  HURRICANE shows the drama and devastation wreaked by the Category 5 storm through spectacular bold images, most of which have never been seen before.  Barry Fellman’s powerful color images pack a punch that hits you in the gut with the intensity of once in a lifetime event.

HURRICANE is available as a Traveling Exhibition of 25 large format color photographs made immediately after hurricane Andrew turned south Florida into a year long disaster area.

HURRICANE is also commemorated as a publication


The book’s dramatic color photographs are painstakingly reproduced to give the impact of the photographer’s original large format color transparencies.

HURRICANE features essays by then WTVJ-NBC weatherman and hero Bryan Norcross, the man who “talked South Florida through great hurricane of 1992”, and New York Times photography critic Vicki Goldberg tell the story behind this life changing event and the images.

The books are currently available for purchase at Books&Books in Coral Gables, as well as EXILE Books. Both a limited edition Artist book with an embossed metal cover and a soft cover edition are available.