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Opening reception Thursday for "James Karales: Photographs 1956-1971"

From 5:30-7:30pm on Thursday, 28 April 2005, in the Rare Book Room at Perkins Library, there will be a reception and talk by Eugene Smith scholar Sam Stephenson to open the exhibit "James Karales: Photographs 1956-1971," which will be on display through 31 July in the library's Special Collections Gallery. Jim Karales shot many photo essays for Look in the 1960s, including the war in South Vietnam and the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights march. He was known especially for his black and white printing, which he mastered in the 1950s during an assistantship to W. Eugene Smith. The gallery is open seven days a week. Visit http://library.duke.edu/exhibits/ for hours.

Posted 04/27/2005

 

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