The Duboys Gallery will be showing Human Form until May 5th; featuring 30 prints by Michael McCarthy. Skilled in traditional methods, this "photographer who paints or this painter who photographs" as he describes himself, is passionate about the body. He is his own model, and questions the fundamental notions of the body in the series Anti-Portrait, Bodies and What is the closest is most mysterious. The Gallery offers an encounter with Michael McCarthy, an exceptional artiste and Dominique Ballé-Calix, co-founder and co-director of the Duboys Gallery.
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