Several North Carolina-based photographers have shows coming up in major venues in the coming weeks and months.
Raleigh-based photographer Ian Dunn will have a show of his portraits (see image above) of men remembering their deceased fathers (a perennial Southern concern) opening at the Flanders Gallery in Raleigh on August 2nd and up at the Flanders through August 30th.
Chapel Hill-based photographer Susan Harbage Page will have a show of her work from her USA-Mexico Border Project (see image above) at Duke University's Nasher Museum of Art, opening July 20th and up through December 1st, 2013.
Page will give a talk about her work at the Nasher on Thursday, August 1st, at 5:30 pm.
Raleigh-based photographer Larry Earley will have a show of his black-and-white images (see image above) of North Carolina grasslands in the Nature Art Gallery at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh, opening Friday, August 2nd.
Earley's new book of black and white photographs, The Workboats of Core Sound: Stories and Photographs of a Changing World, will be published by the University of North Carolina Press in October of 2013.
Charlottesville, Virginia based photographer (but transplanted Tar Heel) Pamela Pecchio has a show of her photographs (see imagea above) at the North Carolina Museum of Art, now up through July 28th, 2013.
Oh, last but certainly not least, while we are catching up with North Carolinians, Chapel Hill-based photographer Lori Vrba (see self-portrait above) has been interviewed for the online photography magazine 121 Clicks, and you can read her interview here.