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KAREN HENDERSON: GALLERY CAMERAS: A PINHOLE BEWEEN TWO ROOMS


Published in 2002
Curated by John Massier
Essays by John Massier

KAREN HENDERSON: GALLERY CAMERAS: A PINHOLE BETWEEN TWO ROOMS (September 14- October 31, 2002.) Hallwalls Inc, Buffalo, NY, 2002. [ A color foldout brochure was published in addition to the exhibition. Includes photographs of the artist's work, as well as an analytical essay by curator John Massier.]

Artists associated with this publication:
Karen Henderson


Some events connected to this publication:
September 14, 2002 - KEVIN EI-ICHI DEFOREST AND KAREN HENDERSON



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