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Embargo Exhibit Opening

Three previous resident artists from Chile and Cuba along with a Ukrainian photojournalist return to the Cleveland Print Room for the new exhibit, Embargo. Alexey Furman, a freelance photojournalist based in Kiev, Ukraine, who has been documenting the ongoing conflict in his native country, will show six works from three different series. In addition, Cuba’s Sandra Ramos, Bolivia’s Pilar Rubí and Chile’s Pablo Serra Marino, from Chile will show their work. Marino has teamed up with Cleveland-area artist Greg Martin for a piece new work made specifically for Embargo. An opening reception takes place today from 5 to 9 p.m. Also on display during the Embargo exhibition, on the Print Room’s specially-designated “Wall 5,” will be current work by University of Akron’s Galleries Director, Arnold Tunstall. He explores the imagery that we encounter daily and examines how we process the information. Admission to the opening is free. (Niesel)

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