Visual bonds of humanity

ANCHORAGE, AK (AAPDN) – Currently on view at the Anchorage Museum through April 2018, “Neighbors: Portraits by John Raymond Mireles” are his photographs of people up-close, full of character and larger-than-life.

Throughout Mireles travels, his portraits captures the faces of America; thusly, documenting communities who make up our national identity, reminding us what it means to be a good neighbor as well as to help each other feel welcome, safe and recognized.

Included in this exhibit, Mireles photographed people of Anchorage in neighborhoods throughout the city.


Published by on December 2017. Filed under Alaska, At the Museums dept, News (Time related), Palette News Arts Network/PNAN. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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