François Ghebaly and M+B are co-presenting a solo show of new works by Anthony Lepore. Exploring ideas of illusion, domestic life and the night sky, Anthony Lepore's new still-life’s were created in his home and backyard. Often shot in darkened rooms, these photographs bring objects, like household items and potted plants, together in tenuous relationships.
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