Looking backward

By KEN GREENLEAF  |  December 19, 2007

Paige also made special note of two solo shows at Aucocisco Gallery, Nicole Duennebier in March, of which he noted the “drama is one of anxiety brought upon by our increasing understanding that we do not understand,” and Lauren Fensterstock, whom he interviewed about her unusual process and her interesting presentation of black paper and charcoal.

Seems like it was a pretty good year.

With a tip of the hat to Bob Keyes and Philip Isaacson. Ken Greenleaf can be reached at ken.greenleaf@gmail.com.

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