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Norwalk photos: Art Space

Sarah King speaks, Oct. 20 in Art Space. (John Levin)

NORWALK, Conn. — John Levin took these photos recently at an Art Space reception for a multimedia exhibit, The Longest Shortest Time, in which Sarah King’s expressionist renderings of modern-day motherhood  combine with works by Maryna Bilak and Judy Glantzman.

The exhibit runs through Dec. 8 at the Norwalk Art Space, located at 455 West Ave., on the corner of Butler Street. Admission is always free.

(John Levin)

From left, artist Sarah King, artist, poet Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, and Ariel Kleinberg. (John Levin)

Ariel Kleinberg dances, Oct. 20 in Art Space. (John Levin)

Art Space Director Duvian Montoya addresses the crowd, Oct. 20 on West Ave. (John Levin)

(John Levin)

(John Levin)

Oct. 20 in Art Space. (John Levin)

(John Levin)

4 comments

Skip Hagerty November 28, 2022 at 3:31 pm

The exhibit with the clay hands holding the toy plane and rubber bands is captivating as well as thought provoking.

John Levin November 29, 2022 at 7:22 am

Skip – the artist stated that all the objects were items that she found in her boys’ pockets. Sublime.

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