This UNF Gallery exhibition features the work of Priya Kambli. Born in India, Kambli moved to the United States in 1993 at the age of eighteen, a few years after the death of her parents, to pursue her education. Carefully stowed within her single, small suitcase was a cache of family photographs which became the basis of Kambli's creative work-a growing body of images exploring migration, transience, and cultural identity. Her lyrical photographic compositions are not only a rich synthesis of light, pattern, and texture, but also a moving testament to the tangible, archival nature of photography.
MOCA Jacksonville is now open at limited capacity of 50 visitors. Guests must wear a mask in the museum at all times and practice social distancing.
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