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May 27th, 2011

Jonathan Hyman: Flesh and Metal, Bodies and Buildings

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Flesh and Metal, Bodies and Buildings

Works from Jonathan Hyman’s Archive of 9/11 Vernacular Memorials

Duke University has put up an exhibition, including online galleries, of an outstanding collection of work by Jonathan Hyman.

The work can be seen at the Duke Special Collections Gallery, Perkins Library , from May 9 through October 16, 2011.  Hours are here.

Photograph by Jonathan Hyman, Bleeding Statue of Liberty, Manhattan, 2002.

 

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