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Photos from David Page’s Fall Solo Exhibit at Arlington Arts Center

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More Photos from Saturday, September 12 Art Exhibits

South African-born, Baltimore-based artist David Page is known for producing ominous yet elegantly constructed objects made from leather, wood, and canvas. His display here will feature found objects–archaic-looking tools and medical devices–presented alongside David’s own wearable sculptures, some of which will be donned by live volunteers on the night of the opening.
Show Dates:
September 11 – November 7, 2009
Photos from the opening reception:
Friday, September 11, 6 – 9 pm













Fuzzy black sculptures by Cyntha Hron

To see images from David’s performance that night, go to Jeffrey Cudlin’s blog ‘Hatchets and Skewers’ here.

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