Our current exhibition We was featured in BlouinArtInfo by Isabella Mason on 9 Dec.
"The exhibition presents a selection of photographs, paintings and prints that represent the encompassing sense of idiosyncrasies and connections in American society, underscoring the photography’s unique power in democracy, serving as the visual document of realities within. Continuing from the gallery’s previous show ‘He, She, They’, which explored through the multifaceted ways gender, sexuality, and identities are built in a society, this exhibition emphasizes on the diversity and differences in American demography, through the aspects of race, geography, and economy. Through photographs by artists like Dorothea Lange, Charles Brittin, Diane Arbus and others, the exhibition demonstrates the way people share their spaces before reconfiguring them, and through collected involvement in one place, ‘We’ collectively identify ourselves through a spatial unity."
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