A Fine Line: Private Lives for Public View

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Images from the Opening Night of “A Fine Line: Private Lives for Public View” a group photography exhibit that calls attention to the real yet permeable line between our private lives as it is played out in the “queer” realm of gender and sexuality. Featuring work by Jason Hanasik’s “He Opened up Somewhere Along the Eastern Shore” Catherine Opie’s “Domestic” Jo Ann Santangelo’s (me) “Proud to Serve” and Sophia Wallace’s “Truer” on view from November 11-December 18, 2011.

Curated by Benae Beamon, Jamie Bergeron and Linn Underhill

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About Jo Ann Santangelo

Austin based freelance multimedia documentary photographer and storyteller.
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