You have until September 9th to see the Double Exposure exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum. This is an exhibit that compares and contrasts the photo documentation of the Indigenous America Peoples by Edward Curtis, with native contemporary artists and photographers.
Edward Curtis' view camera. It was cool to see the camera that actually captured some of these images. There was some documentation included that highlighted the provenance of...
These faces were 3-D printed possibilities based on a person's DNA. Interesting, it appeared to me that they were printed on a high end printer and printed in a variety of colors of plastic and not printed plain and painted.
There were a few cast stainless(?) sharks. The one on the bottom mixed a shark and an assault rifle into one item.
I don't remember which booth included this Joseph Cornell. Don't see these every day.