Art: The Hilton Brothers at the Miller Gallery

Photographers Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, also known as “The Hilton Brothers,” have been combining their work into series of diptychs for more than seven years — often blurring the ident

Diptychs from Hippofolium Portfolio
Diptychs from Hippofolium Portfolio

Photographers Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, also known as “The Hilton Brothers,” have been combining their work into series of diptychs for more than seven years — often blurring the identity of who took which picture and why. 

For their upcoming CityBeat- and FOTOFOCUS-sponsored exhibition at Miller Gallery, the NYC-based artists will show their “Hippofolium Portfolio,” a series which combines carefully culled images of horses and flowers; and “ANDY DANDY,” 20 digital pigment prints that combine Makos’ portraits of Andy Warhol (who once called Makos “the most modern photographer in America”) from 1981 and Solberg’s visual study of various flora as an exercise in using light to demonstrate the purity of his subject. 

Through May 22. 2715 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, 513-871-4420, millergallery.com