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Eliot Dudik Opens Dual Exhibitions


Photographer Eliot Dudik | Still Lives | Broken Land Exhibition: May 6 June 25, 2016 Free, Public Welcome Artist Talk: June 3, 5:30-6:30 Free, Public Welcome Reception June 3, 6:30-9:00 Free, Public Welcome

Fort Collins, CO, April 28, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Eliot Dudik Dual Photography Exhibitions | The Center for Fine Art Photography Runs Through The Center presents Eliot Dudik’s series Broken Land in the Gould Gallery and his corresponding series Still Lives in the North Gallery
Broken Land | 2012-2015

"The idea of history repeating itself generally means that recognizing mistakes of the past prevents their recurrence. Current political and cultural polarization in the United States seems to have blinded us to the effects of our terrible historical schisms—divisions that led to the horrific and devastating events of the American Civil War and which, having not been recognized and resolved, seem determined to repeat themselves. The current political divide in this country is not dissimilar to that of mid-nineteenth-century America. And once again, political leaders today, as before, appear incapable of lasting and effective resolutions. ‘'Still Lives | 2013-2015'‘ Born of ill-informed misconceptions about the motives behind reenactments of the American Civil War during the 150th anniversary, my interest developed in the mentality of the weekend actors who caravan a web of routes to re- perform the actions of war on surrogate battlefields. My initial contact with a re-enactor involved driving through woods on a golf cart, while the driver wept and recounted the stories of all his ancestors killed or wounded in conflicts dating to the Civil War. I have since learned that the motivations compelling re-enactors are incalculably complex, but generally address themselves to the preservation of history and appropriate honor for the fallen." -Eliot Dudik

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