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Catharine Clark Gallery information
Art revolutions are instigated at Catharine Clark, a showcase for such gorgeous provocations as Kara Maria's post-apocalyptic pop-art paintings of adorable animals in unnatural habitats and Masami Teraoka's paintings of superheroine geishas and goddesses fending off wayward priests. Don't miss the video/new media room, featuring works such as Anthony Discenza's mesmerizing digital remixes of suburban dream homes.