Catharine Clark Gallery
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Catharine Clark Gallery information
Art revolutions are instigated at Catharine Clark, a showcase for such gorgeous provocations as Al Farrow's miniature religious monuments made from ammunition, and Masami Teraoka's paintings of geishas and goddesses banding together like superheroines to fend off wayward priests. Don't miss the video/new media room, featuring works such as Anthony Discenza's mesmerizing digital remix of suburban dream homes.