Monday, November 15, 2010

Another Major Photography Show in the Triangle, now Durham's Turn

There's yet another big photography show up in the Research Triangle of North Carolina.This show is curated by Jeff Whetstone and is called Blackbird whistling / Or just after (seven women reflect on dystopia).   

This show brings together a number of emerging photographers and video artists, including Shannon Ebner (who had work in the 2008 Whitney Biennial and the 2010 Berlin Biennial) , Debbie Grossman, Pamela Pecchio, Lisa Satterwhite, Edie Shimel, Hon-An Truong, and MJ Sharp, whose image Bowls is above. 

This show is up at the Durham Arts Council galleries at 120 Morris Street, in Durham, through December 5th, 2010, with the opening reception scheduled for this Friday, November 19th, from 5-7 pm. 

While the show at Flanders Gallery is mostly of well-established photographers, this show, in Durham, is an exceptional gathering of emerging photographers, some of whom have Southern roots and/or connections (especially MJ, Pamela, Edie, Kisa, and Ho-An). 

Definitely worth a look.

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