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Two of Christopher’s long-term projects are available for exhibit: “A Diary of Healing,” which chronicles Mary Ann Wasil Nilan’s experience through breast cancer, and “For God, Race and Country,” his body of work on the Ku Klux Klan. Both exhibits have been shown at Colleges, Universities, and private galleries throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Exhibitions are awarded based on availability and the suitability of your institution to host the exhibition. Every exhibit comes crated and ready to install. We provide a complete exhibition package, including reproducible gallery guides, a registrar's packet containing clear instructions for installing the framed prints, a condition report book and packing list.

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Since the summer of 2002, Christopher has traveled to and lived in South Mississippi where he began photographing the Ku Klux Klan. He has been witness to private and public rallies, cross lightings, and he has been invited into their homes, all the while asking questions, photographing, and discovering personal stories. These pictures are meant to be a catalyst for discussion, to prompt questions of how and why racism exists today.

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For two years, Christopher shadowed Mary Ann Wasil Nilan from home to hospital, through chemotherapy, mastectomy, and reconstruction. His photographs of her have been described as honest, unflinching, and intimately poetic. The photographs are a crucible that aims at expressing her feelings and experiences – the things she cares about, the things she was afraid of, and the things she hoped for.

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