The installation, “T.H.T.K. (Kansas City)” (2014), features selections from the more than 4,000 photographs artist Jason Lazarus has collected as part of his ongoing T.H.T.K., project, in which he asked people to donate photographs that they found too hard to keep.
The installation, “T.H.T.K. (Kansas City)” (2014), features selections from the more than 4,000 photographs artist Jason Lazarus has collected as part of his ongoing T.H.T.K., project, in which he asked people to donate photographs that they found too hard to keep. E. G. Schempf
The installation, “T.H.T.K. (Kansas City)” (2014), features selections from the more than 4,000 photographs artist Jason Lazarus has collected as part of his ongoing T.H.T.K., project, in which he asked people to donate photographs that they found too hard to keep. E. G. Schempf

Jason Lazarus exhibit at the Nerman Museum thinks beyond the frame

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