Vermont Center for Photography artists display work at NXT Gallery

PUTNEY — NXT Gallery is hosting an exhibit of diverse photographic works from Aug. 19 though Nov. 12 on the second floor of Next Stage Arts, 15 Kimball Hill. Entitled "Four Perspectives," the exhibit represents the work of Al Karevy, Davida Carta, Joshua Farr, and Vaune Trachtman - four local artists who are members of the Vermont Center for Photography in downtown Brattleboro.

"The Vermont Center for Photography's group show is an opportunity for us to highlight a peer cultural organization and the range of talented visual artists within that medium," Keith Marks, executive director of Next Stage Arts, said in a news release.

"Each of these artists creates photographic work covering a range of styles and subject matter, though they are unified by a shared passion for the photographic arts and its many expressive possibilities," continues the news release. Each of the four artists will display a small selection from a body of work, "giving a greater context to their creative vision and process."

The gallery is open during events in the theater and by appointment. An opening reception will be held in the gallery on Sunday, Aug. 27, from 3 to 5 p.m.

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