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Rituals and Enactments: The Self Portraits of Anne Arden McDonald

Stefanie Kremer
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 Iris BookCafe's current exhibition is by Anne Arden McDonald. McDonald was born in England, grew up in Atlanta and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Over the past decade, she has received over 30 solo exhibitions at venues in a dozen countries, and her photographs are represented in the collections of many major museums. 



Where: Iris BookCafe
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Address: 1331 Main St.
Website: irisbookcafe.com.

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