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He Opened Her Womb

Gallery 125 in Trenton will present 52 photographs in the exhibit  Current Exposures. The show opens with a reception Sept. 11, 6 to 9 p.m., and continues through Nov. 7. The gallery is located at 125 S. Warren St.  across … Continue reading

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End of Life

It’s 57 degrees in Nice, France, where former Princeton resident and Rutgers sociology professor Cathy Stein Greenblat lives, facing the Mediterranean. The lifelong Francophile lives in the land of her dreams, listening to WBGO Jazz Radio in Newark on iTunes. … Continue reading

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Fun with Words and Pictures

Glissando, tremolo, accelerando, adagio, diminuendo, appasionato — these musical terms are the titles for Tasha O’Neill’s latest series of photographs on view at Gallery 14 in Hopewell. The show itself is titled Etudes. Ms. O’Neill gives the definition: “A short … Continue reading

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Doll Face

This babe looks like Gloria Steinem on the set of The Twilight Zone. Valerie Chaucer-Levine photographed her in New Hope, and this, along with other photographs of mannequins, is on view at Hopewell’s Gallery 14 through March 15. Valerie Chaucer-Levine’s … Continue reading

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Beauty Isn’t Enough

Ernestine Ruben, who photographs the human body in unusual ways, will talk about “Detours in Photography” at the Princeton Photography Club meeting March 11. The talk, at the D & R Greenway Land Trust, Johnson Education Center, One Preservation Place, Princeton, … Continue reading

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Ahead of Her Time

This photograph of James Joyce was made by Berenice Abbott, a relatively little known photographer from the early 20th century. If you’ve ever seen a 1930s-era black-and-white photograph of New York City’s Flatiron building, then you know Berenice Abbott. She … Continue reading

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The Potato Eaters

Did you know it is the United Nations International Year of the Potato? Darn, I just found out — and the year is almost over! I love potatoes — everything from Van Gogh’s “The Potato Eaters” to the tubers themselves. … Continue reading

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Never Have I Felt So Alone…

…as when I viewed these two images that are part of an exhibit at the Peddie School’s Mariboe Gallery through Jan. 3, 2009. (The opening reception and gallery talk for José Ruiz: Soledad and Nick Guilbert: Quanta will take place … Continue reading

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Absence of Light

Karilyn Johansen is a graphic arts student at the Mason Gross School for the Arts, but she is someone to keep an eye one. In an exhibit of black-and white-photographs at Gallery 14 in Hopewell, Ms. Johanesen explores the camera’s … Continue reading

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Saving Face

Who’s that man with the sweatband and the doves? Better yet, name the photographer who captured Henri Matisse so eloquently in his environment? Henri Cartier-Bresson’s image of the master of Fauvism at home in his Villa La Reve is part … Continue reading

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