The Robin Rice Gallery presents “Limerance” the third solo exhibition by Jefferson Hayman. Infatuation, as Jefferson Hayman describes it, is a central concept of his latest exhibition. The show title “Limerance” refers to a state of intrigue that does not need to be reciprocated, thus implying that each photograph details a unique object or state that offers its own subtle beauty to Hayman.
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