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Please look, touch: Ann Hamilton at the Henry

<strong>EXHIBITION REVIEW:</strong> Animals and the sense of touch are the themes of Ann Hamilton's multidisciplinary exhibition that spreads all through the Henry Art Gallery. Visitors are encouraged to tear off an image and keep it.

Alan Berner / The Seattle Times

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Animals and the sense of touch are the themes of Ann Hamilton's multidisciplinary exhibition that spreads all through the Henry Art Gallery. Visitors are encouraged to tear off an image and keep it.

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