Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Continuum: Doug DuBois and Aaron Blum is the first in a series of exhibitions that explore mentorships and influences in contemporary photography, pairing two photographers together that share a mentor-mentee relationship. Selections from New York-based photographer and professor Doug DuBois‘ series My Last Day at Seventeen will be shown alongside Pittsburgh-based photographer Aaron Blum’s series Born and Raised. Blum is DuBois’ former graduate student at Syracuse University. DuBois’ work revolves around teens living in a housing estate in Cobh, County Cork on the southwest coast of Ireland, during the current economic downturn, while Blum revisits his hometown of New Martinsville, a small rural community in the Appalachian range of West Virginia. The pairing of the two makes sense—while their styles are different, there is a similar sensibility in their capture of place and people. The exhibition is currently on view at Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh and will run through July 20, 2013. Taken from Feature Shoot

All images © Doug DuBois and Aaron Blum

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Doug_DuBois_Photography Photo: Doug DuBois

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

Aaron_Blum_Photography Photo: Aaron Blum

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