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Henry Horenstein: Animalia

RICHARD SPEER
Thursday August 22
 
If you’re not an animal-rights advocate, you might be by the time you’re finished walking through Henry Horenstein’s show, Animalia. The Boston-based photographer’s images of animals capture such individuality and intelligence, it’s hard not to anthropomorphize them and empathize. Whether dog, pig, fish or hippo, the animals we see through Horenstein’s lens are so endearing, you can hardly imagine killing and eating them. Aug. 2-Sept. 1.

 



Where: Newspace Center for Photography
Phone: 963-1935
Address: 1632 SE 10th Ave.
Website: http://www.newspacephoto.org

 
 
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