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In the galleries: Exhibits explore the many meanings of blue

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A few months ago, Baltimore’s Galerie Myrtis presented a show of Tawny Chatmon’s distinctive portraits, which are lustrous, large-format photographs of Black subjects, digitally manipulated and sometimes painted with golden ornamentation. Now, the gallery’s proprietor, Myrtis Bedolla, has curated a Chatmon show for the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery. “What He Left Behind” includes pictures in Chatmon’s contemporary signature style, but one wall is devoted to the artist’s stark black-and-white photos of her father, James “Rudy” Muckelvene, in the months before he died of prostate cancer in 2010.

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