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White Goods, Anne Mourier

Sohn Fine Art’s second annual juried photography exhibition has something for everyone, even a chicken foot.

The foot, exsanguinated and scaled and wrinkled, lies on thick folds of white cloth or toweling, its claws emphasized against the pale background. Anne Mourier-Defalco has made something ominous and frightening. Equally ominous I think is Gene Elling’s “Industrial Lullaby,” with its pristine baby crib in the midst of a dark, dirty auto mechanics garage where a Volkswagen sits brooding on a lift.

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