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Image by Paul Strand of black and white archway

Water Between Us: Art and the Campus Read


Location: Stewart Hall, Second Floor

This off-site exhibition explores themes related to the 2021-22 Campus Read common reading experience, The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border by Francisco Cantú. It features several photographs of Mexico and its people from the 1930s by American photographer Paul Strand alongside a series of lithographs that look at borders, boundaries, and the social and political implications of mapping and identity co-created by visual artist Enrique Chagoya and poet Alberto Rios—all from the collection of the Art Museum of WVU.

The exhibition can be viewed Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m.—4:45 p.m., on the second floor of Stewart Hall on WVU’s Downtown Campus.

Sponsored by the WVU Humanities Center and the Art Museum of WVU.

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IMAGE: Paul Strand (1890–1976) 
Gateway, Hidalgo from The Mexican Portfolio, 1933, printed 1967 
P hotogravure on paper 
Garo-Tomlinson Collection, Art Museum of WVU
© Paul Strand Archive/Aperture Foundation

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