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Snapshots of Chicago in geometric black & white

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“Place” as defined by the graphic artist “Tetsuro”

Currently on exhibit at 516 Arts in downtown Albuquerque are a collection of amazing photographs taken by Nathaniel Tetsuro Paolinelli. Known on social media by the name of “Tetsuro,” his defining images of place depict the spirited residents of downtown … Continue reading

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Friday night rally at Art Alley

I was privileged to attend last night’s grand opening gala for a debut photographic exhibit by John McGraw at Art Alley in Lansing’s historic and neo-trendy REO Town district. I certainly was not alone, as approximately 300 people turned out for … Continue reading

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