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We should be more afraid of the sun than the moon Anna Louise Richardson

nna Louise Richardson’s charcoal and graphite drawings are luscious and dramatic. Her subject matter can be confronting: a hanging carcass, an oversized fly, amplified by the depth and tone of her drawings. Muscle is glossy; hairs are defined. Ideas of our human relationship with the natural world are pushed into the spectators’ sphere, with a flattened perspective that homes in on intricate details and emphatically lays out the frankness of an existence shared with

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