Don Stuber to discuss Vietnam photography at Aspen Chapel Gallery
Local artist Don Stuber will discuss his photography work, “Vietnam: Then and Now,” on Wednesday at the Aspen Chapel Gallery.
Stuber, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam, is showing his work as part of the gallery’s “Broad Perspectives” exhibition, which runs through May 22.
His piece combines 27 photographs he made in Vietnam in 1968 and in 2014.
“For this presentation, I selected a few images from the thousands I shot, and attempted to condense and juxtapose personal memory and imposed perception from the vast stew of images that roil in my mind, and in words like ‘Vietnam,’ ‘war,’ ‘revolution’ and ‘reconciliation,’” Stuber said in the announcement.
The exhibition marks the first public display of Stuber’s photographs from an ongoing multimedia project he calls “On War and Memory.”
His talk is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. The discussion will be led by Paul Anderson, director of Huts for Vets and an Aspen Times columnist.
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