On display at the Kopeikin Gallery through May 18 is Running, the first solo exhibition of Tabitha Soren. These figures, caught in a moment of primal fear while fleeing some unknown danger, reveal the stunning beauty of the survival instinct. At once hero and victim, these men and women are threatened—or feel threatened—in the midst of their daily lives. Reality splits to reveal with power and beauty the final frontier between the vulnerability of existence and the force of being.
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