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1 Nasher Museum gallery guide Ruth Caccavale (far left) and Duke student gallery guide Elizabeth Kramer (far right) lead visitors on a free tour through the exhibit, “In Relation to Power: Politically Engaged Works from the Collection.” 2 Chapel Hill artist Virginia Branscom visits the galleries with her daughter, Wendy Hower, director of engagement and marketing at the Nasher Museum.
Day at the Museum PHOTOG RAPHY B Y J CA LD W ELL
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University reopened to the public on Sept. 9 with a new exhibit, “In Relation to Power: Politically Engaged Works from the Collection,” which reveals the various ways artists interact with political systems and power, and is organized in three thematic groups: “Image & Ideology,” “Text & Subtext” and “The Body Politic.” Nasher Museum gallery guides led free public tours through the collection, Duke University Ph.D. Music Composition Fellow and DJ Brittany J. Green spun some tunes, and popsicles from LocoPops were provided outside on the piazza. The exhibition remains on display through Feb. 13, 2022.