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By Wendy

Powerful images stay with us. We all often remember our fall/winter exhibition, “Becoming: Photographs from the Wedge Collection.”

This month’s issue of ARC magazine features a review of the exhibition by Sarah Stacke.
Sarah writes:

Becoming’s greatest power is its ability to invite viewers to examine their own personal and shared histories that exist within and across cultural spaces – both the epic histories and the small in between. As David Deitcher observes, “One knows one’s past through pictures – through looking at and identifying with photographs that relate, however indirectly to one’s lived experience.”

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