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Photos from Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum’s ‘Fall Solo’ Exhibit at Arlington Arts Center

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The work of Baltimore artist Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum occupies two galleries. Her large drawings on paper and animated videos will be featured in the Smith Corridor gallery; in the Tiffany Gallery, Sunstrum will work directly on the gallery walls, creating a story cycle rooted in migration, dislocation, and the artist’s own transnational identity.

Show Dates: September 11 – November 7, 2009





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