Shared Space: Photography From 1987 and Beyond

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Photo courtesy Oklahoma Contemporary.

Photo courtesy Oklahoma Contemporary.

Shared Space: Photography From 1987 and Beyond through Dec. 18, time travel to the year 1987 with the Shared Space: Photography From 1987 and Beyond exhibit at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center. The exhibition acts as a time capsule, navigating the social landscape from 1987 to the present through photographs and videos. Photographers featured in this exhibit hail from around the globe, including the United States, Canada, Germany, India, Iran, Mexico and more. Each artist interprets this period of transition from his or her own unique perspective. Along with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union, these events marked the end of the Cold War and ushered in an age of globalization. Many of the artists document vast landscapes shot from a great distance and from a bird’s eye view. For more information, visit www.oklahomacontemporary.org.

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