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Richard Mosse debuted his six-channel video installation The Enclave in the Irish Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Now on view at the Nasher Museum at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, The Enclave leads the viewer through a…

Works of contemporary art rarely come with instruction manuals, though many viewers would probably benefit from just such a set of directions. By adopting the phrase, “open this end” as its title, this timely and thoughtful exhibition seems to…

In Beth Lilly’s vision of contemporary society, peace is most often found on long stretches of open highway. Her solo show at Whitespace Gallery, “A Moving Image of Eternity,” captures the peaceful, private, and painful moments we experience in…

Cathy McLaurin grew up in Silk Hope, a small community near Siler City, North Carolina. Her solo exhibition, “The North Wind and the Sun,” at the Power Plant Gallery at the American Tobacco Campus through August 15, shares a…

  Bull City Summer: A Season at the Ballpark & Beyond is a documentary project with a brilliant premise: ten artists and five writers cover all 72 home games of the Durham Bulls. The effort, undertaken in 2013, marked the…