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Worth a second look

David Alan Harvey will return to Durango for next photo project
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey shares a tender moment with his mother, Maryanna, at the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue where a show of his work from his books Cuba and Divided Soul is currently hanging.
Photographer David Alan Harvey discusses photographs in his Open Shutter Gallery show. The photos are taken from his books Cuba and Divided Soul.
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey photographs Joseph and Mary Shaw outside of the Open Shutter Gallery as part of his current project of photographing families. Harvey will return to Durango in July to continue work on the project, which will include a new book and worldwide exhibition tour.
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey takes a picture of Joseph and Mary Shaw outside the Open Shutter Gallery as part of his current project photographing families. Harvey continues to solicit subjects for the project, which will include a book and worldwide exhibition tour.
“Sugar Cane Cutter,” taken in Bahia, Brazil, is part of David Alan Harvey’s “Divided Soul” exhibition, currently on display at Open Shutter Gallery. “He ran like hell, and I should’ve run like hell,” Harvey said of the moment when he opted to stay and face the flames, though he escaped injury.

Worth a second look

Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey shares a tender moment with his mother, Maryanna, at the Open Shutter Gallery on Main Avenue where a show of his work from his books Cuba and Divided Soul is currently hanging.
Photographer David Alan Harvey discusses photographs in his Open Shutter Gallery show. The photos are taken from his books Cuba and Divided Soul.
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey photographs Joseph and Mary Shaw outside of the Open Shutter Gallery as part of his current project of photographing families. Harvey will return to Durango in July to continue work on the project, which will include a new book and worldwide exhibition tour.
Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey takes a picture of Joseph and Mary Shaw outside the Open Shutter Gallery as part of his current project photographing families. Harvey continues to solicit subjects for the project, which will include a book and worldwide exhibition tour.
“Sugar Cane Cutter,” taken in Bahia, Brazil, is part of David Alan Harvey’s “Divided Soul” exhibition, currently on display at Open Shutter Gallery. “He ran like hell, and I should’ve run like hell,” Harvey said of the moment when he opted to stay and face the flames, though he escaped injury.
If you go

“Divided Soul,” by David Alan Harvey, will remain on display through July 7 at Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave. Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. seven days a week. Harvey is seeking family profiles for his upcoming project “Off for a Family Drive.” Submissions will be accepted through the Open Shutter; inquire by phone at 382-8355 or via email at contact@open shuttergallery.com.

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