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Photography Review

Images of wit and seriousness at Griffin Museum

Sarah-Marie Land’s “Lilley” is among the works featured in the Griffin Museum of Photography’s 18th “Juried Exhibition.” Sarah-Marie Land’s “Lilley” is among the works featured in the Griffin Museum of Photography’s 18th “Juried Exhibition.” (Sarah-Marie Land)
By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / July 31, 2012
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This year’s “Juried Exhibition” at the Griffin Museum of Photography demonstrates how well the one-from-each approach can work. It runs through Sept. 2. Fifty-eight photographers are represented. Los Angeles gallery owner Paul Kopeikin made the selections. What’s interesting with juried shows, especially one as large as this, isn’t how they connect with what’s going on in photography as a whole. Rather, it’s the internal connections: the relationships that emerge among images within the show.

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Photography Review

18TH GRIFFIN MUSEUM

JURIED EXHIBITION

THE QUIET:

Photographs by Alysia Macaulay

COLLECTED VISIONS

At: Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Road, Winchester,

through Sept. 2. 781-729-1158, www.griffinmuseum.org