Opening Reception: August 26th, 6-9pm
Artist Panel Discussion (virtual): September 13th, 12pm-1:30pm. REGISTER HERE
"There is no more important event than seeing and being seen." -Ray Carney
Photographs of intimate relationships and moments speak of both small peculiarities of one's identity and universal feelings of love and belonging. They turn both the camera and the photograph into a mirror, posing questions we might spend our whole existence contemplating: who are we, why do we matter, and what is love?
Intimate Visions brings together work from photographers Megan Christiansen, Fabiana Sala, Minh-Hoang Nguyen, and filmmaker Carl Elsaesser.
About the Curator: Vit Bitencourt is an MFA candidate in the Experimental and Documentary Arts program at Duke University and a gallery assistant at the Power Plant Gallery in Durham, NC. Previously, she has served as curatorial assistant for photography at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC and student gallery director of the Ethel H. Blum Gallery in Bar Harbor, ME.
This event is sponsored by Duke Arts, the Center for Documentary Studies, and the Experimental and Documentary Arts MFA program at Duke University.
[Thumbnail photograph by Megan Christiansen]