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Tanyth Berkeley’s new photographs celebrate the beautiful and rare in their depictions of a cross-section of individuals. Representing the collective desires, struggles and physical manifestations of transgender women, street performers, albinos, nude models, and other standouts from the mainstream, the works describe the independence of Berkeley’s subjects and the fallout from patriarchal order. Throughout the exhibition the works consistently meditate upon the particular empathic relationship between artist and muse that distinguishes Berkeley’s work.
Tanyth Berkeley • The Muse, The Fugitive, & The Frequency at Bellwether
March 15-April 14, 2007 via indie
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