From the review for The Vernissage:

The second show we recommend just opened at ClampArt. The gallery is presenting a very brief show that includes seven graduation projects of MFA students from the Rhode Island School of Design. The show, called “Seven Stories Tall” (through July 19th), includes projects based on various mediums that appear to be focused on the idea of identity.

As expected, the angle varies deeply, passing from the Frances F. Denny’s ironic and decadent series on her family and their home, to Forest Kelley’s more iconic series on males and sexuality, and to Mo Costello’s more cryptic photos elaborating presence and absence.

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