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Detail from Nalini Malani and Iftikhar Dadi's "Bloodlines" (1997)

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Detail from Nalini Malani and Iftikhar Dadi's "Bloodlines" (1997)

Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space 

When: Sept. 9-Feb. 2 2014
As an estimated quarter of the Syrian population considers crossing the country's borders to flee conflict zones, Duke's Nasher Museum of Art gives us a wealth of takes on borders from contemporary artists around the world in the exhibition Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space. The exhibit deals with how national borders—both physical and psychological—are drawn and maintained, focusing on (but not limited to) South Asia. —Chris Vitiello
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