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FotoFocus: "Loveland Revisited"

Stefanie Kremer
Gallery Hours by appointment. , Monday November 19

 Cincinnati photographer Ted Barney travels back to Loveland, his stomping ground 20 years ago, for the second showing of his work this year. This exhibit coincides with FotoFocus, a biennial event exhibiting the works of world-known, national, region and local photographers at local galleries, museums and universities. 



Where: William Schickel Gallery
Phone: 513-588-6321
Address: 200 W. Loveland Ave. Second Floor

William Schickel Gallery

200 W. Loveland Ave. Second Floor
Loveland, Ohio
45140
 
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