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homeless art

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Lynne Hull (ecoartHulll)
Wed, 3 Dec 1997 12:28:54 -0500

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Andres Serano (of the NEA controversy) did a wonderful series of photos of
homeless people. I saw some of them exhibited at the Fine Arts Museum in
Santa Fe a few years ago. The prints were brilliant color portraits,
larger than life, and did not "objectify" the people. Instead, they made
the people too big to ignore, and clearly individuals.

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