The Gregg Museum of Art & Design at NC State University and Duke’s Power Plant Gallery present simultaneous installations comprising the mega-exhibition Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South. Local guest curator Randall Kenan, author and North Carolina native, organized selections from the exhibition around complementary themes. The Power Plant Gallery in downtown Durham shows “Flux: Nostalgia vs. the Future,” while the Gregg Museum in Raleigh presents “Home: How We Make Ourselves.”
Bus/lectures are available for visitors to see the entire exhibition on select dates. Pre-registration is required.
Meet at the Power Plant Gallery in the American Tobacco Campus in Durham at 1:30, tour the Power Plant Gallery, then board the bus for a round trip to the Gregg in Raleigh to experience Southbound at both locations. Heagins will discuss his own work along the way.
Meet at the Gregg Museum in Raleigh at 1:30, tour the Gregg Museum, then board the bus for a round trip to the Power Plant Gallery in Durham’s American Tobacco Campus to experience Southbound at both locations. Kariko will discuss his own work along the way.
Southbound:Photographs of and about the New South was organized by the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, College of Charleston School of the Arts.