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I think art in its best form is in some ways an expression. And so I think it's a good expression for people dealing with the conflicts of religion and science that we go through every day.

Joseph Lallier, Nasher Ambassador

One minute, one work of art, one personal story.

Watch The Art Minute featuring Nasher Ambassador Joseph Lallier, who shares the connections he makes with Dario Robleto’s triptych, Lamb of Man/Atom and Eve/Americana Materia Medica. Studying religion in college and personal experiences with family and church come to mind when he looks at it.

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Dario Robleto Lamb of Man/Atom and Eve/Americana Materia Medica (installation), 2006-07. Installation of three panels of colored paper, cardboard, ribbon, foamcore, glue, willow, acid-free archival paper, and UV Plexiglas, 60 x 60 x 4 3/4 inches (152.4 x 152.4 x 12.1 cm) each. Collection of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Fund for Acquisitions with additional funds provided by Dr. Peter H. Klopfer, the children of Marilyn M. Segal in her honor, and the bequest of Viola Mitchell Fearnside, by exchange. 2009.1.1.

Video Production Team

Videographer and Editor
J Caldwell, Photographer & Social Media Manager, Nasher Museum

Co-Producer, Videographer and Graphic Designer
Yesenia Martinez-Yanez, summer 2022 marketing intern, Appalachian State University Class of 2022

Co-Producer
Wendy Hower, Director of Engagement & Marketing, Nasher Museum

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