Tim Hetherington, photographer killed in Libya, honored by Bronx Documentary Center

The Bronx Documentary Center is paying tribute to a co-founder with a special exhibit. Tim Hetherington was killed covering the civil war in Libya and

Tim Hetherington was killed two years ago while

Tim Hetherington was killed two years ago while covering the civil war in Libya. (Credit: News 12 The Bronx)

THE BRONX - The Bronx Documentary Center is paying tribute to a co-founder with a special exhibit.

Award-winning photographer Tim Hetherington, who helped Michael Kamber start the center, was killed two years ago while covering the civil war in Libya. To honor Hetherington, the center is exhibiting his work and hosting a screening of "Which Way is the Front Line from Here?", a documentary about his life.

"We're excited to show Tim's life and spread his message and the things he cared about," says Kamber.

The documentary about Hetherington is also currently airing on HBO.
 

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