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Eerie photographs lend darkness to a four-artist, black-and-white GOCA 121 show

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Stuffed crows, bent spoons, a doll house and old photographs are a few of the slightly bizarre ephemera that anchor Carol Golemboski's black-and-white photographs. Like devotionals to dark, bygone days, each of her square, silver gelatin photographs depicts an ornate and delicate scene from a defunct time and place.

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