EUQINOM Gallery in San Francisco presents ‘Intersection of Gazes’ , a group exhibition that brings together contemporary photographers who are pushing portraiture forward and making space with and for their subjects by broadening the art historical concept of “the gaze.” The artists, Jamil Hellu, Mona Kuhn, Haley Morris-Cafiero, and Kristine Potter, all come from multicultural or marginalized perspectives and work to illuminate identity and the human experience in all its dynamic variety. On view are images from Jamil Hellu’s latest body of work, Hues, where the artist makes portraits of members of the LGTBQ community, pictured in costumes that signal […]
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