In the exhibition of photographs by artist, Daniel Murtagh, entitled "Cinema Memory," curator, John Grant, focused on four bodies of work that Murtagh has been investigating for the last 25 years. While Daniel Murtagh is best known for his richly drawn color and black and white portraits of men and women, the show continues past these works to investigate the artist's varied body of work and to reveal a common command of cinematic timing, the landscape, and the street.
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