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In the galleries: Two outdoor exhibits where sculptures take vegetal forms

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The “Human/Nature” artists take their alfresco themes inside for a complementary show at Watergate Gallery, which always serves as a sort of base camp for the Foggy Bottom biennial. Included are Luttwak’s “Nature’s Collarbone,” a red-painted steel root, and Fedon’s steel outline of a deer, rearing on its hind legs and made partly of found objects. Also three-dimensional, but too delicate to be displayed on the street, are Sanzi Kermes’s jewel-like paper pyramids, screen-printed, folded origami-style and suspended on strings.

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