I do, I do is an exhibition that explores and re-contextualizes the theme and iconography of marriage with a collection of 100 vintage nuptial cabinet cards ranging from ca. 1885-1900, all produced by studios in Wisconsin; a geographic specificity that remains a mystery and, perhaps beyond coincidence, is true of most American images of this variety.
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