Where We Live: A North Carolina Portrait, On View March 5-June 26

Via the Duke University Archive of Documentary Arts (ADA)

Where We Live: A North Carolina Portrait

Photographs by Alex Harris, Amanda Berg, Rachel Boillot, & Jennifer Stratton

March 5 – June 26, 2016, Rubenstein Photography Gallery

Reception & Artist Talk: April 28, 2016, 4:00-7:00pm, Rubenstein Photography Gallery

This exhibit will be comprised of a documentary photography project surveying housing conditions in North Carolina. The exhibit will feature the work of Alex Harris, acclaimed documentary photographer and founder of the Center of Documentary Studies at Duke, along with three alumni of the Duke MFA program: Rachel Boillot, Jennifer Stratton, and Amanda Berg. Their photographs reveal a window into the unseen spaces that many residents of North Carolina call home.

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Juke Joint, Camden, North Carolina, June 1972 by Alex Harris

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Jackson County, North Carolina, 2014 by Rachel Boillot

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Halifax County, North Carolina, 2015 by Jennifer Stratton

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Ginger Phelps At Work In Massey Hill, North Carolina, 2015 by Amanda Berg

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Where We Live: A North Carolina Portrait is supported by the Duke University Rubenstein Library Archive of Documentary Arts, the Center for Documentary Studies, Masters of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts, and the Sanford School of Public Policy.

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