Manning offers colorful, vibrant and historic photographs

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Manning offers colorful, vibrant and historic photographs

Intrigued viewers peer into the cases to view Manning's work

Intrigued viewers peer into the cases to view Manning's work

Nina Titovets

Intrigued viewers peer into the cases to view Manning's work

Nina Titovets

Nina Titovets

Intrigued viewers peer into the cases to view Manning's work

Nina Titovets, Contributor

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The opening reception for Terry Manning’s new photographic exhibition entitled “Scientific Evidence of Life On Earth During Two Millennia” was hosted on Oct. 18 at the second floor of the UTEP library. The exhibition takes students and staff through a journey with photographs from the 1960’s.

Some of the photos shown include Martin Luther King Jr. a day before he was shot, and photos from 2016 that depict the abstract lines and colors of modern day architecture. Each picture as Manning described “though absent of people still show evidence of life; things, buildings, objects, created by humans leaving their mark, leaving us with the question of why? Why did someone make that or place that there? I am intrigued with “things” and I hope my photos can intrigue people as well.”

The exhibit will be on display until November 23rd.

 

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