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Events

“Doubletake” Photography by Dan Gottlieb

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Fri, Oct 6, 2017 – Fri, Oct 27, 2017 First Friday open late from 6-9pm

LOCATION: The Mahler Fine Art - 228 Fayetteville St

The Mahler is pleased to welcome photographer Dan Gottlieb, director of planning and design at NCMA. Dan Gottlieb’s dream-like imagery combines photography and painting, revealing extended moments in nature. “I confess to photographic tendencies of a late 19th Century Pictorialist, yet layered, like nature, with elements of order and chance, fixed and variable.”

Cost: Free