Acclaimed Little Rock photographer Tim Hursley has turned his camera closer to home. Though Tim Hursley was already working as a photographer when he moved to Little Rock from his hometown of Detroit in 1980, it took him another few decades to begin shooting anything in Arkansas. His focus was elsewhere: New York, Los Angeles, Seattle and wherever great contemporary architecture called out to be captured. Hursley, 63, achieved international acclaim with soaring images of monumental, glass-and-metal structures, such as the Frank Gehry-designed Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, or New York's Museum of Modern Art. But museum-goers in Arkansas may be more likely to recognize Hursley's noncommercial projects, which occupy...
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