Posititive Exposure

A new photographic exhibition at the MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE | December 2015 – April 2016


The Museum of Tolerance is excited to partner with POSITIVE EXPOSURE to host an extraordinary exhibition by world class photographer, Rick Guidotti, that celebrates the richness and beauty of human diversity. Leaving the world of fashion, Rick has spent the past fifteen years working with NGOs, medical schools, universities and others to effect a sea-change in societal attitudes towards individuals living with genetic difference.

The exquisite photographs that Rick has taken around the world and in our own Los Angeles community provide new opportunities to see these individuals first and foremost as joyous human beings. Displayed in the powerful setting of the Museum of Tolerance, the exhibition will serve as the focal point for special events and experiential programs that will create deeper understanding and respect for diversity and catalyze critical conversations on human dignity and rights. Visitors will also gain resources for living the principles of Positive Exposure every day.


Positive Exposure’s mission is to utilize photography and video to transform public perceptions of people living with genetic, physical and behavioral differences – from albinism to autism. Its educational and advocacy programs reach around the globe to promote a more inclusive, compassionate world where differences are celebrated. The statistics to support their work are staggering. With one out of five children in the United States being born with a disability, the need for society to understand and respect children and adults living with genetic, physical and behavioral differences is critical.


Included with admission.

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