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The work of Diana Zhang features in ‘Cultural Fabric’

Snap! snaps again this 7 days with 2023’s initial opening night social gathering in their sleek downtown environs, and it is a banger.

In the main gallery, Cultural Cloth: An Exploration of Id and Commonality features the do the job of Brant Slomovic, a image-essayist based in Toronto.

Slomovic’s cultural id as a Jewish Canadian gentleman married into an Indian relatives intersects with his qualified identity as a frontline unexpected emergency medication health practitioner, making his a exclusive lens targeted on documenting his earth travels.

Meanwhile, galleries two and a few host paintings, sculpture and photography from Mär Martinez, Diana Zhang, Martha Díaz-Adam and Elise Stürup, who variously claim Syrian, Cuban, Chinese, Lebanese and Dominicana heritage, and explore the juxtapositions and electrical power clashes inherent in American life with world wide roots.

7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 3, Snap! Downtown, 420 E. Church St.,, no cost, reservation asked for. Exhibition runs by way of May 6.