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The Brooklyn Museum marks the five-year anniversary of September 11, 2001, with an exhibition of works from the permanent collection that includes paintings, photographs, prints and drawings of the Lower Manhattan area around the World Trade Center site before, as well as after, the attack. Among them are a late eighteenth-century print of the southern tip of Manhattan island, a number of photographs of the area in the 1930s by photographer Berenice Abbott, a large-scale photograph by Gerard Maynard, titled WTC 11.11.03, as well as Christoph Draeger's WTC September 17, and a number of photographs by G.N. Miller, an artist who spent several weeks at Ground Zero following the disaster.

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