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March 1, 2010

Talia Chetrit (b. 1982) lives and works in New York City. Chetrit recently had her first solo exhibition, “Reading,” at Renwick Gallery in New York. Recent group exhibitions include “The Reach of Realism” (curated by Ruba Katrib) at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, Florida; “After Color” (curated by Amani Olu) at Bose Pacia, New York, New York; “Palomar: Experimental Photography” at Marvelli Gallery, New York, New York; and “Full of Light” (curated by Dirk Knibbe) in honor of Bruce Conner at 610 South Main, Los Angeles, California.

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