Clear Boundaries: Rania Matar And Arne Svenson | Viewing Room Exhibition At Robert Klein Gallery Through September 7, 2020
Left: Rania Matar, Austin, Boston, Massachusetts, 2020. Right: Arne Svenson, Neighbors #66, 2012 Two acclaimed photographers, Rania Matar and Arne Svenson, have documented their subjects—friends, neighbors, and strangers—by peering through windows from varying perspectives. The photographs can be seen in a viewing room exhibition entitled Clear Boundaries at Robert Klein Gallery through September 7, 2020. While standing at her kitchen sink this March during quarantine, Rania Matar noticed a neighbor reclining in her window seat, which led her to think about “connecting across barriers.” Intrigued by how the pandemic was halting human contact, she began her ongoing socially-distanced series On Either Side of
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