Mirrors and Windows: Photographs from FAM's Permanent Collection
This exhibition presents photographs from FAM’s Permanent Collection that feature windows and mirrors as compositional devices that inform and direct how we, as viewers, see. Windows are transparent; they can represent light and truth, and spiritual and physical access. A mirror reflects the image before it, and can be used metaphorically to indicate truth, vanity, or contemplation. Whether reflecting the landscape, allowing for communication, or revealing an unseen truth, mirrors and windows frame the world in a novel way.