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Ambiguous Bodies
Exhibit Dates: Tuesday, November 3, through Sunday, December 13. The exhibit, which is free to the public, can be viewed Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Goucher’s BRAND NEW gorgeous Silber Gallery.

The human body can be interpreted in multiple and diverse ways. In the exhibition Ambiguous Bodies, the artists employ the idea of ambiguity, dismantling notions of the classical and ideal form, while simultaneously broadening the scope of the human form to include differences of beauty, race, sexuality, and gender. Click here to see the catalog.

Artists: Heather Boaz, Jeanne-Marie Burdette, Zoe Charlton, Elizabeth Crisman, Joshua Crown, Ellen Durkan, Jason Horowitz, Jackie Milad, Jenny Mullins, Lynn Palewicz, and April Wood



















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