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Cultural Mashup 

European Renaissance framelines, Edo period Japanese woodblock print styles, gold leafing, and horror-rific subject matter coupled with plenty of naked, standard-hottie women's disembodied bodies make up the work of Masami Teraoka at "Inversion of the Sacred."
Oct. 4-Nov. 13, 2010


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