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We Saw This, So Should You: Soledad Salame at Goya Contemporary

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Soledad Salamé: Looking Back… Looking Forward…

Goya Contemporary

June 20, 2013 – August 13, 2013

www.goyacontemporary.com

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*WST, SSY: Every week Bmoreart’s contributors travel around town to view the art showing in and around Baltimore City. ‘We Saw This, So Should You’ is a series where we post photos from the best of these exhibitions. Obviously, photos are inadequate in capturing the inherent qualities of these works. Art is always best viewed in person, so we recommend that you do so, whenever possible.

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