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Francie Bishop Good traverses social and personal boundaries with her photography, from beauty salons in Queens, NY to backyard picnics in suburban Colorado, and fundraisers of the art world elite. Her viscous photographs suspend the contemplative moments of women in the flux of desire, affirmation, and responsibility. Her subjects seek empowerment through local vocabularies of posture, fashion, and domestic interiors. They are stewards of unborn children, pet dogs, and public spaces where women of complex ages, races, and socioeconomic conditions find the stillness to be photographed.

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