Caroline Vaughan: Metamorphosis/Photographs 1966-2015 | Craven Allen Gallery | Arts | Indy Week
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Self portrait with Graflex by Caroline Vaughan. 1973.

Self portrait with Graflex by Caroline Vaughan. 1973.

Caroline Vaughan: Metamorphosis/Photographs 1966-2015 

When: Oct. 3-Nov. 7 2015



CRAVEN ALLEN GALLERY—You can see the influence of John Menapace's sincere, almost self-deprecating landscapes and figurative imagery in the work of many North Carolina photographers. Caroline Vaughan, who studied with Menapace at Duke as well as with Minor White at MIT, has a gentler touch than Menapace, but she has maintained the same evenness of vision throughout her career. Craven Allen Gallery presents a retrospective of Vaughan's work that includes early platinum and gelatin silver as well as archival pigment prints. This opening reception features music by clarinetist Jane Hamborsky and cellist Virginia Ewing Hudson, and the exhibit runs through Nov. 7. 5–7 p.m., free, 1106 1/2 Broad St., Durham, 919-286-4837, —Chris Vitiello

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