A water tower in Luxembourg hosts an iconic photography exhibition

Late photographer and curator Edward Steichen's exhibition The Bitter Years, put together during his time as director of the photography department at New York's MOMA in the 1950s and 60s, eloquently documents beaten down rural America during the Great Depression of the 30s. It was first shown at MOMA in 1962 but fifty years after its first showing it has found a permanent home in a converted 56m-high water tower on a disused steel plant located next door to the country's hi-tech Centre National de l'Audiovisuel (the CNA).

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