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    Prince George College - Structuring an Exhibition

    Reception and Performance

     

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  • 'Edgy' Show a Change of Pace for College Gallery

    In Retrospective, A View of Artist's Dadaist Approach

    By Sara Gebhardt

    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Thursday, March 25, 2004; Page PG25

    Tom Berault is not accustomed to fielding complaints about artwork shown in Prince George's Community College's Marlboro Gallery in Largo. The curator had never been asked to respond to a gallery-goer's philosophical objections – until the current exhibition.

    Collage imagery by Chicago artist Helene Smith-Romer diverges from the straightforward photographic, painting and sculpture work that the gallery presents in four shows each year. "Confessions of a Dadaist: The Collage Imagery of Helene Smith-Romer, 1979-2004" runs until noon Wednesday. ... read full text

     

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