Exhibit at Brooklyn's Navy Yard remembers Sandy one year later

During the days after Sandy, Pari Dukovic, walked every neighborhood of the borough taking pictures of the storm's destruction. The exhibit of his series "Hurricane

The exhibit of his series

The exhibit of his series "Hurricane Sandy" will open to the public this weekend through Nov. 2 at the Kings County Distillery located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. (10/29/13)

BROOKLYN - Today marks the one-year anniversary of Sandy and one photographer in Brooklyn hopes his work helps the people still recovering from the storm.

During the days after Sandy, Pari Dukovic, walked every neighborhood of the borough taking pictures of the storm's destruction.

Dukovic partnered up with New York Magazine to make an exhibit of his work possible.

The exhibit of his series "Hurricane Sandy" will open to the public this weekend through Nov. 2 at the Kings County Distillery located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Organizers hope the pictures help people understand how important is not to forget Sandy.

The exhibit is free to the public, and anyone can buy prints of the photos. All the proceeds will go to Brooklyn Recovery Fund.

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