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Photography by Jack Radcliffe Friday, March 5 at Gallery 1448

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Gallery 1448 presents: Personal Effects: The Photography of Jack Radcliffe
Reception: Friday, March 5, 2010, 6-9 pm
Exhibit will run through Sunday, March 21.
Regular hours: Sat / Sun, 1-5 pm

Jack Radcliffe’s intimate portraits of family, friends, fellow artists and performers reveal so much more than what facial expressions may convey. In fact, the expression on a subject’s face may act as a barrier to the feelings preserved behind the façade. Like the short story writer, Raymond Carver, Radcliffe weaves tales by illuminating the not-so-commonplace details that define his subject’s space and time. Radcliffe conjures an image that appears somehow familiar, so that rather than feeling like a voyeur watching a stranger, the viewer recognizes fragments of the private situations, and is enticed to relate them to his/ her own personal experiences.

Gallery 1448 / Artists Housing Inc.
1448 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231
www.1448.org

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