Visual Arts

June 26, 2014 8:00 AM

Anne Lindberg and Anthony Baab’s enigmatic systems at Haw Contemporary are perfect companions

Anne Lindberg’s drawing with thread and graphite on paper explores the physical and metaphysical nature of being, and Anthony Baab’s brooding marker-on-inkjet prints seem to excavate the dark, mysterious, and unfamiliar places we can be drawn to.

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