Sex and photography are often about manipulating perception. Desire to capture or prolong a moment blurs some details as it brings others into focus. In New-York based photographer Marsha Owett's new exhibition, Fifty Shades of Red, on view at Alfstad Contemporary, you're never quite sure what you're looking at, but you feel an emotion.
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