"On Screen/Off Screen" exhibition review

My review of the Dallas exhibition On Screen/Off Screen: Kate Petley, Lorraine Tady, & Liz Trosper at Barry Whistler is currently up on Glasstire, a Texas-based art magazine.
I hope you'll give it a read. I posted some detail shots earlier, which I used as a reference when writing the review.
Below are some more. Kate Petley (the gray strip at the top is the wall behind the canvas):

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Liz Trosper:

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Lorraine Tady (extreme close-up to show a line that may or may not be painted):

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painting exhibition (Kate Petley, Lorraine Tady, Liz Trosper)

I submitted a review of to an art magazine of the following exhibition:

On Screen/Off Screen: Contemporary Painting and Technology
Kate Petley, Lorraine Tady, & Liz Trosper
Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas TX
June 5 – July 31, 2021.

Here are some detail shots of the work that I took for my reference:

Kate Petley:

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Liz Trosper:

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Lorraine Tady:

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We Have Always Lived in Whose Castle? (Illustrations)

Below is a memorable paperback cover for Shirley Jackson's 1962 comic horror novel, discussed in previous posts:

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So memorable, in fact, that it was stolen for a 1977 Mario Bava film:

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"Your honor, the replacement of the poisonous berries with a boxcutter makes this non-infringing, or in the alternative, permissible under the Fair Use doctrine."