WHERE WE FIND OURSELVES - NEWS & LINKS

BOOK & EXHIBITIONS​

  • ​In May of 2017, Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor presented their research on the work of Hugh Mangum at the Stanford L Warren Branch Library Auditorium in Durham, NC 

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  • Camara Oscura Gallery in Spain exhibition of prints from Where We Find Ourselves January 17- March 28, 2020

  • MB Abram will exhibit Hugh Mangum prints in Los Angeles in 2022 and provides here an online exhibition of the complete portfolio from Where We Find Ourselves 

  • ACA Galleries, one of the oldest art galleries in New York with a pioneering interest in progressive and political art, exhibits Hugh Mangum Sept 7 through October 23, 2021

  • The Deland Museum of Art exhibited Hugh Mangum's photographs from Where We Find Ourselves from April 9, 2022 to June 12, 2022.

  • The Congressional Chorus created a multi-media performance of Where We Find Ourselves on March 26th, 2022 at 7:30PM at the National City Christian Church in Washington DC

LECTURES & INTERVIEWS/VIDEOS

 

Alex Harris on Shortwave from the Center for Documentary Studies in 2019, speaking about his collaboration with Margaret Sartor over the years. Click enter to view the video.

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Alex begins at 13:44.

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Margaret Sartor and Alex Harris speak about Hugh Mangum and Where We Find Ourselves at The National Archives, Washington, DC.  April 30th, 2019

The full performance of Composer Michael Bussewitz-Quarm’s choral piece, Where We FindOurselves by the North Carolina State University Choirs on May 20th, 2021.

Oleander: Jazz vocalist, songwriter, and vocalist Queen Esther’s new release, features the photographs of Hugh Mangum.

The Congressional Chorus performed Beautifully Human, a live, multi-media event of Where We Find Ourselves on March 26th, 2022 at 7:30PM at the National City Christian Church in Washington DC

HUGH MANGUM COLLECTION AT DUKE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES

 

All 1030 of Hugh Mangum’s glass plates are accessible in the Duke Digital Repository of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Books and Special Collections Library.