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Ron Dell'Aquila: Photography

August 16 – november 16, 2014

The winner of the Triton Museum of Art’s 2013 Statewide Photography Competition & Exhibition, Dell’Aquila delivers photographs of subtle intensity while capturing the dynamic hues that color our world.

Salma Arastu: Celebration of Calligraphy

August 16 – november 16, 2014

The work of Salma Arastu was prominently featured in the past Triton exhibition, Echoes of Islam. Her work, which blends the vibrancy of contemporary abstraction with the written calligraphy of sacred texts speaks to people of all beliefs.

Karim Alwali: The Civilization Code

August 23 – november 23, 2014

Karim Alwali is one of the most celebrated contemporary artists in Iraq and Jordan. Now living in the U.S., his abstract paintings are finding new voice as they reflect on the relationships, memories, and similarities of peoples on opposite sides of the world.

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