PDNB GALLERY // DEC02 // 2-5PM
PDNB Gallery
154 Glass Street, Ste. 104
Dallas, TX 75207
214.969.1852
www.pdnbgallery.com
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FLORA
November 18 - December 30, 2017
Karl Blossfeldt, Polystichum munitum, Wunder
in der Natur, c. 1920s

JOHN ALBOK: REVISITED
November 18, 2017 - February 10, 2018
John Albok, Central Park, 1938
JOHN HERRIN
November 18 - December 30, 2017
John Herrin, Flower 6B, 2017

SPECIAL HOLIDAY COLLECTIVE
BOOK SIGNING
Special Holiday Collective Book Signing event at PDNB Gallery, Saturday, December 2, 2017, from
2 – 5 PM. PDNB Gallery has invited four photographers to sign their recently published books.

Brandon Thibodeaux’s book, In That Land of Perfect Day, is the result of a long-term project he has
executed in the Mississippi Delta. His subjects are African American families, who he lives among,
and documents, at work and play, in prayer, and at home.

Of particular note, Mound Bayou is the United State’s oldest completely African American
municipality, and is the location of many of his photographs. Since our first African American
President took office, Brandon Thibodeaux’s project seemed enormously expedient to touch on
how the promise of hope and equality touches these Deep South communities.

Jeanine Michna-Bales will be present to sign copies of her profound document on the
Underground Railroad, Through Darkness to Light. Her solo exhibition at PDNB earlier this year was
an immense success.

Two photographers that have taken different approaches to document the American Cowboy
experience will be available to sign copies of their books.
Don Russell has documented Cowboys of Color in his recent book with the same title, which
include African American Cowboys, who have a long history in ranching in our country. Portraits of
Hispanic Cowboys in their unique riding clothes are featured as well.

Jeremy Enlow documented cowboys working the historic 167-year old Waggoner Ranch, which
recently sold to entrepreneur, Stan Kroenke. The ranch is 510,000 acres. His book title is, Cowboys of
the Waggoner Ranch.

This is the first time PDNB Gallery has hosted a joint book signing.
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