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click to enlarge Shi Guorui, Catskill Creek, May 21 2019, unique camera obscura gelatin silver print, 69 x 45 in.

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Shi Guorui, Catskill Creek, May 21 2019, unique camera obscura gelatin silver print, 69 x 45 in.

Shi Guorui: Ab/Sense-Pre/Sense 

When: Through Dec. 1
Phone: 5189437465
Email: olichens@thomascole.org
thomascole.org/absensepresense
The exhibition features a new series of landscape photographs up to 15-feet wide by the contemporary artist Shi Guorui. The photographs are created using a camera obscura and pay homage to the landscapes and legacy of Thomas Cole (1801-1848), founder of America’s first major art movement, now known as the Hudson River School of painting.

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