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Installation view at Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis

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Installation view at Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis (from left to right): Jules Kirschenbaum, Dark in the Forest, 1951–52 (post-treatment); Charles White, Mother Courage II, 1974; Charles White, Matriarch, 1967 (post-treatment); George Tooker, Voice II, 1972, and Self-Portrait, 1969 (both newly framed and glazed with Optium Museum Acrylic).

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