Baltimore Artist Currently Exhibited Abroad! by Irene Woodbury in Padua, Italy

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Connie Imboden’s Dead Silences, 1988, is part of the exhibition ‘That Unstable Object of Desire: Images of the Female Breast by Masters of Photography,’ at the Centro Culturale Altinate San Gaetano in Padua, Italy.

Curated by Alfonso Pluchinotta.
Running until October 25, 2009.

It was a pleasant surprise to find Connie’s work featured in the Italian show. The work came from a Koln gallery in Germany but it’s our little secret that she’s from Baltimore!

Snapshots from the exhibition:

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