Windows To The Soul

Andrew Kilgore looks for light in new photographs

Posted: February 19, 2016 at 1 a.m.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.
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There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

Across Arkansas, the name Andrew Kilgore is synonymous with the phrase "portrait photographer" -- so much so, in fact, that he's listed in the Arkansas Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture with other state treasures, past and present, and is the subject of a documentary film titled "A Lens to the Soul." His roots stretch from New York to Texas and even to India, but like so many other people, he stopped in Fayetteville, fell in love and stayed.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

There are no names to identify the subjects of Andrew Kilgore’s photo exhibition, “Let There Be Light: 100 Black Men.” He says words get in the way.

FAQ

‘Let There Be Light:

100 Black Men’

WHEN — Through April 1

WHERE — Upstairs reading room at the Fayetteville Public Library

COST — Admission is free

INFO — 856-7105

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