Gallery Two

Titus Brooks Heagins
Rorschach

September 2 – October 29, 2016

First Friday Gallery Walks:
September 2, October 7, 2016
6-10pm

Photograph by Titus Brooks Heagins

Throughout his decades long career, Durham artist Titus Brooks Heagins has explored issues of class, race, and culture in his acclaimed photographs. This exhibition will showcase Heagins’ latest body of work titled Rorschach in which the artist takes stripped down portraits of people in his own community as a means of transforming cultural norms of beauty. A workshop held at Chavis Community Center on Saturday, September 17, will provide an opportunity for the community to engage with Heagins and his process.

Titus Brooks Heagins is a documentary and fine art photographer. Heagins’ work explores the lives of people often thought of as the “Other.” Heagins’ projects have taken him to Africa, Asia, South America, Europe, and extensively through the Caribbean, working primarily in Cuba and Haiti. Portfolios of Heagins’ photography are included in the collections of several museums.