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The exhibit features work by award-winning local photographers Amy Anderson, Michael Dvorak, Peter Latner and Tom Wik. It captures the beauty, humor and poignancy of our everyday lives in the Midwest and asks viewers to consider what lies behind façades, hidden in plain view.
Cargill Hall Gallery hours are the same as the library's: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday.
"Hidden in Plain View: A Touring Photo Exhibit" is organized by MELSA (Metropolitan Library Service Agency) and supported by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
The exhibit is free and stopping at more metro-area libraries November 2013-June 2014. For the tour schedule, see www.melsa.org.
About the artists:
Amy Anderson is an award-winning portrait photographer striving to create truly respectful images of people in the Twin Cities and around the world. Her project "At Risk, With Promise" has been featured in solo and group shows nationwide.
Michael Dvorak is an award-winning photographer based in Minneapolis. He focuses on social documentary, found portraiture and freelance editorial projects. Assignments have taken him across the country and around the world.
Peter Latner is a Minneapolis-based photographer with a longstanding interest in the American landscape. His pictures are in a number of museum and private collections, and he is the recipient of fellowships and grants from the McKnight and Jerome foundations, and the Minnesota State Arts Board.
Tom Wik, a Minneapolis photographer, has spent much of his photographic career recording his native city's neighborhoods. The recipient of a McKnight Fellowship and Artist Initiative Grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, he also works as a building contractor.