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Evidence: Laurel, MD – Photos by Hope Guzzo at the Wilgus Gallery, MICA

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Evidence: Laurel, MD Photographs by Hope Guzzo
September 20- October 3
Opening Reception: September 25, 7-9pm
Wilgus Gallery 1300 Mount Royal Ave. (MICA’s Main Building)
The artist writes, “What began as a photo documentary became a canvas of suggestion. As Roland Barthes wrote in Camera Lucida, there is a punctum, a part of the image that prick the viewer and makes a lasting impact. While creating this work my punctum was this underlying tension created by color, texture and underlying tension created by the division of space, the repetition of smooth broken by rough, or of wall meeting ground. Nothing is explicit, everything is implied. The time, the place the people. You can feel them hovering.”

* Posted by Jess Kemp for Bmore Art
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