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Jeanet Ingalls and Anki King at the Lichtenstein

Now - January 8, 2011
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The two-person show Naked: Contemporary Female Figurative Work features powerful new paintings that explore the female figure by Philipppino artist Jeanett Ingalls, who was rescued from a life of poverty when missionaries brought her to Lenox at the age of seven, and Norwegian artist Anki King, who now resides in Brooklyn. Both artists explore their own psyches and personal histories by creating raw paintings that convey strong emotions through striking moments of stillness.

The Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
Pittsfield, MA

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