Cursed Blessings at Gallery Imperato – Reception August 24

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August 10, 2007 – September 22, 2007
Reception: August 24, 7-10pm

Gallery Imperato is pleased to announce an exhibition of works by Tung Lo and Cara Ober, curated by Cherí Landry. Obers works are a mix of playful and lyrical savviness while Lo touches the far Eastern ideas of psychological introspection and mysticism.

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Tung Lo was born in China and now lives in Paris, France. Lo has had ninety solo shows around the globe. His work has been exhibited in and collected by more then ten different museums.

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Cara Ober is based in Baltimore, MD. Ober’s exhibits include shows at Flashpoint Gallery and the Randall Scott Gallery, Washington DC, Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC and Riviera Gallery, Brooklyn, NY to name a few. She won the Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in 2006 and won the $2000 second prize in the Bethesda Painting Awards.

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