Shadow Puppets explores the blurred edges of documentary 

Photoshop works by Debbie Grossman sum up the ambitions of the group exhibition

(LEFT) PIE TOWN: “Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away his chickens,” Russell Lee. (RIGHT) MY PIE TOWN: “Nell Leathers, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away her chickens,” Debbie Grossman.

(LEFT) Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.
(RIGHT) COURTESY JULIE SAUL GALLERY

(LEFT) PIE TOWN: “Mr. Leatherman, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away his chickens,” Russell Lee.

(RIGHT) MY PIE TOWN: “Nell Leathers, homesteader, shooting hawks which have been carrying away her chickens,” Debbie Grossman.

If you look to the left side of the gallery when entering Shadow Puppets: Traces of New Documentary Practices, the new group exhibition at GSU's Welch School Galleries, you'll see three photographs credited to Debbie Grossman that more or less sum up…

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