Landscape, architectural photos on exhibit at NYM Regional Cultural Center
Meghan Duda, landscape and architectural photographer from Fargo, opens her show of color and black and white photographs at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center on Saturday, Nov. 28.
The show in New York Mills has two parts. "Rural Vernacular: Architecture in the Landscape" consists of silver halide color photographs of buildings in the landscape in western Minnesota and eastern North Dakota. The second part of the show is composed of black and white silver prints of the hidden life of Fargo -- hidden, that is, from the casual observer, but present in Duda's photographs.
Duda will talk about her photographs and demonstrate her 4x5 view camera and medium format film camera at the reception for the show to be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11.
Duda is working on projects photographing abandoned farmsteads, the vernacular, modern architecture and the horizon. She also teaches photography at North Dakota State University in Fargo.