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ENTER HERE: CEPA PHOTO BOOTH PORTRAITS 1979-80
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THE REBEL FOREST: PATTI AMBROGI
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AS I WAKE, I CRY: REVISITING UKRAINE BY LUKIA COSTELLO
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Transformational Imagemaking: Handmade Photography Since 1960
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Scott Gable: Rice

Scott Gable: Rice

June 6, 2014 | | By

ARTIST STATEMENT I am fascinated by the modern-life disconnects between the food we eat and industrialized food sources. Rice provides more than 40% of all the calories consumed on earth and is arguably the world’s most important staple crop. To continue my hands-on exploration of food in our modern world I went straight to the…

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Do You Know We Are Ruled

Do You Know We Are Ruled

April 15, 2014 | | By

As part of their exhibition Alexis and Will are raising money for a wonderful project. Working with the non-profit Shoulder to Shoulder Pittsburgh-San Jose, Inc., Alexis and Will are assisting an ongoing (since 2001) partnership that whose mission is to provide quality healthcare and improve the way of life in the community of San Jose…

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2014 Auction Preview Exhibition

2014 Auction Preview Exhibition

February 28, 2014 | | By
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CEPA Gallery’s 12th Biennial Art Auction

Thank You To Our Sponsors: CEPA Gallery Announces the 12th Biennial Art Auction Inviting art collectors and enthusiasts to register now for Western New York’s only professional art auction CEPA Gallery is delighted to announce its 12th Biennial Art Auction on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at the Market Arcade Building in downtown Buffalo’s Theatre District….

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Eric Mitchell: Amen to Artillery

Artist Statement As Americans we have always found ourselves sheltered from the daily realities of war. After years of armed conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, this disconnect became increasingly unnerving to me. Except for the few minutes of airtime on the evening news or a couple articles in the newspaper, these war became part of…

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Tatana Kellner, <em>(Un)natural Occurrences</em>

TATANA KELLNER: Artist Statement My work is rooted in social issues. Growing up in communist Czechoslovakia as the daughter of Holocaust survivors, I was told to toe the line in school while at home ‘do not trust them’ was the dictum. This conflicting advice provided a schizophrenic lens with which I see the world. I…

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