As some of you may know, I have an identical twin brother who lives in the Stockade neighborhood of Schenectady, NY. David and I have many things in common (in addition to our parents, Connie and the-late Arthur P. Giacalone), such as our choice of law school, our tendency to be thought of as gadflies when it comes to tolerance of local government decision-making, and our joy in taking photographs of our respective environs. [By the way, if you wish to stay on his good side, don’t mention to my brother that you can see a family resemblance to me.]
David is the subject of an article written by Indiana Nash in the April 9, 2023 Sunday edition of The Daily Gazette entitled, “‘Beauty Along the Mohawk’: Schenectady through the lens of David Giacalone.” It tells of my brother’s first exhibition – a couple dozen photographs printed on canvas – on display at Moon & River Cafe at 115 S. Ferry Street the month of April. [If you read this post immediately after its publication, and you’re near the Tri-City area, there is a reception from 6 – 8 pm this evening, April 11.]
Here’s are screenshots of the article:
You can find many of my brother’s 2,000 photos of the Schenectady area at https://giacalonephotos.com/.
With All Due Respect (Love & Pride),
P.S. I don’t have any recent photos of my twin, but I was able to locate the last picture where we both looked respectable: