dnj Gallery presents its exhibition, « Claude Cahun and After. » The exhibition begins with four vintage prints by the famed early twentieth century photographer, Claude Cahun. Cahun’s images serve as a point of departure for assembling five contemporary photographers who explore their own struggles with the concept of self : Sia Arya, Corey Grayhorse, Clay Lipsky, Ni Rong and Tam Tran.
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