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Clarissa Tossin’s first solo exhibition at Samuel Freeman, How does it travel? brings together photographs, sculptures, prints, and site-specific works that analyze movements and their resulting displacements and transformations.

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Clarissa Tossin’s first solo exhibition at Samuel Freeman, "How does it travel?" brings together photographs, sculptures, prints, and site-specific works that analyze movements and their resulting displacements and transformations. She tracks materials, ideologies, and bodies that travel by foot, by car, by plane, and by her own hand. Using two primary nodes, Brazil and the United …

Clarissa Tossin’s first solo exhibition at Samuel Freeman, "How does it travel?" brings together photographs, sculptures, prints, and site-specific works that analyze movements and their resulting displacements and transformations. She tracks materials, ideologies, and bodies that travel by foot, by car, by plane, and by her own hand. Using two primary nodes, Brazil and the United States, Tossin finds generative ground in transpositions that yield compelling misregistrations.

In "When two places look alike," a series of 14 photographs, the artist’s hand overlays partial …

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Iris Project
Venice

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953 Amoroso Place
Venice, CA, US
Monday–Tuesday, Closed
Wednesday–Friday, 10am–3pm
Saturday–Sunday, 11am–5pm