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Outside and within the framework of time

Northeastern mounts tribute to photographer Neal Rantoul

Clockwise from top: “Near Pullman, Washington, 2010,’’ “Mutter Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 2004,’’ and “Oakesdale, Washington, 1997.’’ Clockwise from top: “Near Pullman, Washington, 2010,’’ “Mutter Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 2004,’’ and “Oakesdale, Washington, 1997.’’ (NEAL RANTOUL)
By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / November 15, 2011

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“Neal Rantoul: 30 Years’’ is at Gallery 360, Ell Hall, Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Ave.. Through Dec. 5. This exhibition consists of more than 50 photographs. They’re selections from several series he has done during his time at Northeastern. Rantoul likes to work serially: “to make photographs,’’ as he puts it, “that spoke about a whole place or concept through a group of pictures that would be sequenced and form a narrative.’’

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NEAL RANTOUL: 30 Years At: Gallery 360, Ell Hall,

Northeastern University,

360 Huntington Ave. Through Dec. 5. www.northeastern.edu/northeastern creates/gallery360


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