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Extreme Portraits 1970-1999 features approximately 30 gelatin silver prints by California-based Ken Ohara.
Ken Ohara (b. 1942) is known as an innovator who expands the boundaries of photographic portraits to the extent that our familiar perceptions of others and ourselves become precarious. While his work has earned international acclaim through numerous exhibitions and publications, this gallery show marks his solo debut in New York, where his career began five decades ago. The exhibition's catalog features an essay by Sally Stein, Professor Emeritus at University of California, Irvine.