A diary in photographs

. December 1, 2014.
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Jen Davis’s Eleven Years exhibit invites viewers into an intimate examination of body image through self-portraits. Davis’s thought provoking photographs chronicle her relationship with her body, asking questions of beauty and societal conventions. Davis is a New York based photographer, and her work has traveled nationally and internationally. Running until January 9th at the Institute for Humanities Gallery.

Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm. Runs through January 9. 202 S. Thayer St.
(734) 936-3518. lsa.umich.edu/humanities. Free.

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