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MICA Gallery photo exhibit to consider transience, permanence

Hal Gould photo of Willie Dixon
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'Willie Dixon' by Hal Gould

"Seeing Rectangular" is an exhibit at the MICA Gallery in Old Town opening this weekend. It explores the durability of non-digital images by photographer and journalist Hal Gould.

In this age of iPhones and digital cameras, photography is almost a disposable commodity. Current State’s Jamie Paisley brings us a snapshot of something opening Old Town’s MICA Gallery this weekend.

An exhibit which has been created in response to what photographer Hal Gould says is “the impermanent nature of the digital image.” The exhibit called “Seeing Rectangular.”

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