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Hold Tight by Molly Alloy and Arielle Zamora
June 4-August 7
Held Tight will be Fuller Rosen’s final exhibition in Portland, OR as the gallery relocates to Philadelphia, PA for the 2023 season and beyond.
Fuller Rosen Gallery is pleased to announce Held Tight, a two-person exhibition of new and recent work by Molly Alloy and Arielle Zamora on view June 04 – August 07, 2022.
Held Tight will present ten paintings on panel by Arielle Zamora and a series of assemblages, sculptures, and installations by Molly Alloy.
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