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Little Hollywood Tricks

An Interview with Natalie Krick, by Tom Winchester

Installation of Natalie Krick’s “Rhymes of Confusion” at SF Camerawork

Natalie Krick’s Rhymes of Confusion, currently on view at SF Camerawork, can be described as a collection of photographic collages. A combination of still life and portraiture, many of the pieces depict absent figures by collaging cut-outs from photographic prints, and, in some cases, exist as free-standing sculptures. The physical…

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