Featuring the work of Lucas Blalock, Owen Kydd, and John Lehr, this exhibition, whose title derives from a 1923 poem by William Carlos Williams, assumes the form of a running dialogue between photographic images—past and present—that take as their subject the accumulated byproducts of an American way of life.
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Leaves, Glacier Bay, Alaska
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