Documenting and Curating: "Years In Between" Presents Photography Of Andrew Moore

Documenting and Curating: "Years In Between" Presents Photography Of Andrew Moore

8:46am Aug 31, 2015
"Birches Growing in Books," Detroit.
Andrew Moore

Award-winning photographer Andrew Moore is drawn to seemingly forgotten places and liminal zones. He’s best known for his series of Detroit photos from 2008 during the midst of that city’s accelerated decline. One of them was selected by a group of Wake Forest University students for the Student Union Collection in 2013.

Under the direction of Professor Jay Curley and Hanes Gallery Director Paul Bright, the students then began developing an overarching theme to guide them in selecting more works to exhibit from Moore's standing body of work. Student Brittany Forniotis has been involved in the installation of the work and the creation of text to support their chosen images for the new gallery exhibition: Years In Between which is currently on display at Hanes Gallery through October 18th. Andrew Moore’s talk and Dirt Meridian book signing will take place on October 14th  

Brittany’s joined in the studio by Paul Bright and Andrew Moore who spoke with the group from his studio in New York.

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