Tag Archives: Through This Lens

Tabular Tales

On the surface there don’t necessarily seem to be that many similarities between Galia Gur Seev‘s large format Table and Seder works and Park McArthur‘s Presence is Progress – all of which are on display at Through This Lens this month.  Yet there are intriguing parallels running through all the work, particularly as related to [...]

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A Progressive Present

You have to head on down to Through This Lens in Durham kinda quick to catch this show as it ends this weekend.  But the trek is worth it.   A recent addition to the art blog’s very own contributor list, artist Park McArthur is the driving force behind Presence is Progress, a community based art [...]

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Disparate dichotomies – John Rosenthal’s “Looking In, Looking Out”

There are some intriguing divisions running through John Rosenthal’s photographs.  His show at Through This Lens in Durham this month doesn’t shy from this fact and in actuality he dives right in, tackling the idea head on and presenting it as a major theme for the exhibition.   The photographer has created a sizable, wide ranging [...]

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