A young visitor uses the camera of today to photography images of the past.
Visitors are engrossed in the once-lost photos of Hugh Mangum.
Be sure to pick up a nice takeaway postcard when you visit the exhibition!
Faces of long-ago Durham cover the walls of the gallery.
Hugh Mangum was a master portraitist.
Frank Konhaus (middle, arms crossed), co-founder of Cassilhaus exhibition space and artist residency, chats with other visitors in the gallery.
The details are as important as the big picture.
Alex Harris (center), co-author of
Where We Find Ourselves: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum, 1897 – 1922, chats with visitors.
Alex Harris and Margaret Sortor (center), co-authors of
Where We Find Ourselves: The Photographs of Hugh Mangum, 1897 – 1922, chat with visitors at the opening of their exhibition.
Record attendance for an Incubator gallery opening!
Nasher Museum Director Sarah Schroth introduces co-authors and co-curators Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor.
Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris talk about the photographs of Hugh Mangum.
Photographer, co-curator and co-author Alex Harris talks about the work of Hugh Mangum.
Alex Harris (center) chats with visitors in the gallery.
Thanks for a great evening!
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