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Sheila Pree Bright poses provocative questions in “Girls, Grillz and Guns” at Sandler Hudson Gallery

An anthropologist with a camera, Sheila Pree Bright explores concepts of beauty and power in “Girls, Grillz and Guns” at Sandler Hudson Gallery.

“Self Portrait” from ”Plastic Bodies.” Bright takes on the dangers of beauty culture by melding real bodies with Barbie dolls.

Evidence of her inquisitive spirit, the three series of photographs sampled here also demonstrate her aesthetic chops, particularly her ability to match the visual means to the subject she explores. For full review, see my story in the AJC.

Sheila Pree Bright: “Classic C II.” Bright xplores gun culture in recent work.

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