Slideshow: Heide Hatry at Pierre Menard Gallery

Heide Hatry's pig skin portraits "Heads and Tales" at Pierre Menard Gallery.
By HEIDE HATRY  |  March 5, 2009


Heide Hatry, Anji, 2008, silver hallide C-print, 30 x 20"
Read "March of the Pigs" by Evan J. Garza.

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