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Maryland Art Place Presents Small Magic: Photographic Transformations

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Maryland Art Place Presents
Small Magic: Photographic Transformations
curated by Nate Larson
February 3 – March 19, 2011

Thursday, February 3, 6-8pm: Opening Reception and Curator’s Talk

Artists: Adam Ekberg, Peter HappelChristian, John Mann, Libby Rowe, Christine Shank, Michael Sherwin, and Marni Shindelman

Small Magic connects seven contemporary artists who create humorous, tense, or evocative small-scale environments which draw the viewer in closely through photographic or video presentation.

Small Magic is part of MAP’s 2011 CURATORS’ INCUBATOR Program.

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