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Adrien Broom is an image-maker and visual storyteller. As a photographer, fine artist and set designer, Broom infuses a sense of magic and wonder into the images she creates. Inside is a series of photographs that entertain many themes such as surrealism, childhood and otherworldly; this exhibition is specifically aimed at discussing connection. It’s connection that each of her depicted figures seek both tangibly and emotionally with their surroundings of abandoned, old, historic homes.
The SACI New York gallery was established in Chelsea, Manhattan in 2017. The Florence based US accredited university offers undergraduate as well as MFA programs in Studio Art, Photography and Communication Design. SACI is dedicated to showcasing the work of its students and alumni, both emerging and established, to audiences in the US and abroad. By doing so, SACI hopes to contribute to the continued success of its artist community.
Visit the gallery to discover and celebrate the works of local, international, emerging and established artists of SACI.
Inside is on view at SACI’s New York Gallery (454 W 19th St, New York) through November 14.
For more information, visit saci-florence.edu
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