Andrew Welsh-Huggins has got their number
— the number that relates to classic hard-boiled mystery novels with
flawed heroes; complicated goings-on that come clear only in the final
pages; love affairs a long way from first love but more interesting than
that well-traveled route; and an ending that brings you up short by way
of revealing things, logical but surprising, that neither you nor the
central character guessed.
Art Beyond Boundaries, the Main Street
gallery where work by artists with disabilities is seen all year long,
opens its space to artists without disabilities as well for what has
become a popular yearly exhibition called Changing Perceptions,on view now in its ninth editionas Changing Perceptions: Merge.
A great advantage of early photographers using buildings as subjects instead of people is that buildings hold still. No messy business of a smile gone wrong or an inadvertent cough; a building can maintain a lengthy pose.