Unexpected Reflections: The Portrait Reconsidered features novel, innovative, cutting-edge interpretations of the portrait. JD Beltran’s work splits a single composition into four different media, compelling a comparative dialogue between painting, photography, film, and video. Jim Campbell’s work travels a color-sampling pixel across two crisp portraits, illuminating the relationships between and complexity of perception, memory, and light. Gigi Janchang’s striking and disturbing composite photographs highlight provocative issues of beauty, symmetry, race, and bias. And Marion Gray's archival prints present a unique and multifaceted portrait of the remarkable individuals and events that have defined the Bay Area art world and beyond over the past 40 years. The exhibition was curated by Terri Cohn and is showing at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco, California, from January 21st through March 6th, 2010. More information is at meridiangallery.org

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