If Shakespeare had a camera, what would he have captured? The Shakespeare Theatre Company explores that conceit with its exhibition of 24 photos of European locales by Nina Dunn. Her finest works are understated: an aerial image of a surprisingly regular matrix of trees in Bordeaux, accentuated by a Barnett Newman-style zip of a road, [...]
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The Shakespeare Theatre Company is exhibiting two dozen of Nina Dunn’s photographs of Europe under the conceit that “if Shakespeare had a camera, what would he have captured?” Dunn’s images range geographically from France and Italy to Greece and Romania, but they waver between gaudily overproduced and lushly appealing.