• Deanna Maganias

    Rebecca Camhi Gallery

    In the opening passage of William Faulkner’s Light in August, Lena Grove, unwed and pregnant, is in search of the father of her unborn child. Throughout her wanderings she keeps imagining she has already reached her destination. Lena’s mental state, her belief that she is already there without actually having to arrive, seems to deny the reality of her physical being. All that counts is her inner world.

    Some of the works in DeAnna Maganias’s first solo show, which consisted of several installations, ingeniously devised, involving small, impeccably handcrafted objects, explored analogous states

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