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 Past Exhibition

Aziz + Cucher: Less Is Often More
April 13–June 16, 1996
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At a time when so much of society is questioning the showing of "too much" or "too explicit" imagery, this show examined the effect of work in which "not enough" imagery is included. The collaborative team of Anthony Aziz + Sammy Cucher used computers to erase the facial features (eyes, mouth, nostrils) of people's portraits. The results were unexpected and touched on the mystery of our continuing fascination with defining what makes us human, what is the source of "personality."