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KMR Arts
KMR Arts
Washington Depot - 2 Titus Road - CT 06794
Opened in June 2007, KMR Arts in Washington Depot, Connecticut, is a fine art gallery specializing in photography. KMR Arts exhibits group shows, using a thematic approach to present a variety of photographers both from the fine art and editorial worlds. Past shows have included work by Nobuyoshi Araki, Lillian Bassman, Alvin Booth, Harry Callahan, John Dugdale, Miki Duisterhof, Elliott Erwitt, Andreas Feininger, Sandi Fellman, Michael Kenna, Charles Lindsay, Marcia Lippman, Sally Mann, Maura McEvoy, Len Prince, Philip Reeser, Charles H. Traub, Louis Stettner, and Henry Wessel.

The gallery showcases both vintage and contemporary photography from the 19th, 20th an 21st centuries, as well as a variety of photographic techniques. KMR Arts presents photography in a non-traditional gallery environment, appealing to both the first time buyer and the seasoned photography collector.

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