The first solo exhibition in the United States by Dutch photographer Charlotte Dumas, Anima is a collection of intimate animal portraits that kindle an intense visual relationship between viewer and subject. The quiet focus invoked by these photographs is reflected in the design of the Anima invitation and exhibition booklet, which places imagery at the forefront, surrounded by an ample cushion of white space. Explanatory text from the exhibition's artist and curator is neatly typeset and the selection of a natural-toned paper reinforces the wild setting of the photographs.