Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery in this week's review, to discuss several exhibits that focus on photo-based methods, including video. The main show features large photographic prints from Halim Al Karim, the well-known Iraqi refugee and part-time Colorado resident. Halim's brother Sami Al Karim is the subject of another of the Robischon solos, and work from David Zimmer and Maria Friberg round out these impressive exhibits. Continue reading for photos from all four shows.
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