Published: August 29, 2006
The Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) is presenting two new compelling and meaningful shows from September 2 to October 22. “Perfectible Worlds” by Sage Sohier is a series of compassionate and imaginative photographs of people with obsessions. Images depicting people with their miniature replicas to scenes of historical reenactments explore the personal, creative, passionate and often quirky nature of these hobbies.
Also on view is “Relationships: A Ten-Year Bond,” an exhibition of photographs from CPW’s permanent print collection organized by SUNY New Paltz students that celebrates the ten-year anniversary of CPW’s long-term loan of its collection to SDMA in 1995-96.
There will be an opening reception for both shows Saturday, September 2, 5 to 7 pm, and an artist talk by Sohier at 5:30 pm. Both are free and open to the public.
The Center for Photography at Woodstock is at 59 Tinker Street. For information, 845-679-9957 or www.cpw.org.
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