The independent news organization of Duke University

Branch Gallery opening Friday

Courtesy Branch Gallery.

With the Nasher's "Escultura Social" opening today, the Durham art world will be turning its focus to Mexico City. Anyone whose appetite is not sated by the Nasher need only wait one day for Branch Gallery's latest exhibition.

Pedro Lasch's "Latino/a America: The New York & North Carolina Suites" and "If Only to Wake My Neighbors Up" curated by Jerstin Crosby of Hillsborough's Acid Rain Productions will make their debut at Branch Gallery. Lasch's "Black Mirror/Espejo Negro" is currently on display at the Nasher. He is also on faculty at Duke in the visual studies department. An opening reception is set for tomorrow, Jan. 16 from 5 to 8 p.m. It is free and open to the public.

The exhibition is up from Jan. 16 to Feb. 28 at Branch.


Share and discuss “Branch Gallery opening Friday” on social media.