Friday, February 08, 2008 I went to 23 Sandy Gallery this evening to view two shows. One was a collection of photographs by Motoya Nakamura, a photographer for the Oregonian, and the other was a selection of portraits taken of Cherie Hiser by various well known photographers including Lee Friedlander and Jerry Uelsmann. The pictures by Nakamura consisted of a group of large color prints taken in available light in the evening of a group of performance artists called Marchfourth. The portraits of Cherie Hiser was a rare demonstration of how different photographers while focusing their cameras on the same subject can reveal their individual styles.


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