Susan Harbage Page Exhibits Nationally & Internationally
Assistant Professor Susan Harbage Page will participate in two upcoming exhibitions:
Susan Harbage Page. Lo Strappo della Storia Conversazione con Merletti/History’s Pull, Conversations with Lace at the Casa della Memoria e della Storia /House of Memory and History, Rome, Italy, March 8 – April 25.
In this solo exhibition, Harbage Page tackles the difficult questions raised by the tradition of lacemaking in Italy and America through conceptual drawings of lace collars and doilies. The work focuses on gendered labor, class and ethnicity in new and exciting ways. The exhibition is supported by a grant from the LUBO Fund.
Light Sensitive: Photographic Works from the North Carolina Collection at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, February 14 – May 12, 2013.
This exhibition includes more than 100 works drawn from leading North Carolina collections, both public and private, assembled through the dedication and vision unique to each individual collector. Harbage Page’s work is from her photographic series Involuntary Memories made during her stay at the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France addressing Proust’s idea of Involuntary Memory.
Susan Harbage Page. Lo Strappo della Storia, Conversazione con Merletti / History's Pull, Conversation's with Lace
Casa della Memoria e della Storia, House of Memory and History, Rome, Italy
Exhibition: March 8 - April 25, Opening Reception, March 8
Light Sensitive: Photographic Works from North Carolina Collections
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Exhibition February 14 - May 12, 2013