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Marina's Room, 1987. Tina Barney.

Contemporary photographs from the Bayly Art Museum Collection are featured this summer in the exhibit "Photography Against Itself." The show curated by Stephen Margulies, runs through Aug. 20 in the Bayly Art Museum's graphics gallery and includes work by Tim Barney, David Levinthal, Joan Fontcuberta, Nancy Burson, McDermott and McGough, James Welling and Duane Michaels.

The 24 works in the exhibition question the contemporary authenticity of photography since the advent of computer-generated imagery. They also blur the distinction between photography, printmaking, and painting, and manipulate or expose their own manipulations, Margulies said.

The Bayly Art Museum is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 1-5 p.m. free of charge. Info.: 924-3592.


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