Angela Burson paints in a highly refined style, with clean lines, well-designed patterns, and an impeccable use of color. All of these traits are on display in the works appearing in “Peep Show,” her current exhibition at Location Gallery. But she wasn’t one of those artists who showed much promise as a youth.
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According to Merriam-Webster, Interregnum is defined as “the time during which a throne is vacant between two successive reigns or regimes.” This in-between period serves as the focus of Daniel E. Smith’s latest exhibition of the same name, on-view now at the Savannah LGBT Center. The exhibition was curated by Peter Roberts in conjunction with Location Gallery.
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