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Portraits in Conflict and Reconciliation

Portraits in Conflict and Reconciliation
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“A lot of people say that life is what you make it, but it’s not,” Autumn Evans says. “Life is what is thrown at you and how you deal with it which makes you a better and a wiser person.”

Felix de la Concha: Private Portraits/Public Conversations is a fascinating conceptual project using very traditional means to a potentially radical end.

[Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, 603-646-2808.]

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