Todd Eberle Does Texas
Published March 4, 2009
Interview contributing photographer Todd Eberle spent the years 1995–2006 documenting pop culture in America and he’s showing the results where they belong—in the heart of Texas. His record of it, America, is now on view in Dallas. It’s an examination of history and memory through a record of pop imagery. In an image of the underwhelming tray of food served to him on Air Force One, Eberle records in deadpan minute detail one of the more mythical elements of the American story. A photo of his grandparents at home, meanwhile, begs the question, “Where does my own family fit in?” The exhibition opened February 28, and is on view through April 4.
America is on view at Light & Sie, located at 129 Leslie Street Dallas, Dallas.
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