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Jessie Homer French: Normal Landscapes at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles

Jessie Homer French: Normal Landscapes at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles

HENI News · 09 Jan, 2024 @ 04:32

Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, presents an exhibition of works by Jessie Homer French, following her inclusion in the Venice Biennale and the Hammer Museum’s "Made in L.A." January 13 until February 17.

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