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June T. Sanders

As new art is unveiled across the city for November’s First Friday showcase, Palouse-based photographer June T. Sanders’ work is on display at Entropy’s mezzanine gallery in downtown Spokane. The artist’s black-and-white photos of fellow queer and trans subjects are intended to provoke thoughtful reflection in viewers while highlighting both the beauty and complexity of navigating life in a world where hate and bigotry deeply permeate. As a queer artist based in a rural small town, Sanders places her subjects in tranquil, idyllic settings which often seem almost surreal: a dusty back road, overgrown tangles of vegetation, overlooking rolling, pillowy grain fields. The result is at once nostalgic and modern, a blending of past and present as if to say, “we have always been, and will always be, here.”

First Friday: June T. Sanders • Nov. 3-26, open daily from 10 am-6 pm • Free • Entropy • 101 N. Stevens St. • •

— Chey Scott

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  • Entropy

    101 N. Stevens St., Spokane Spokane - Downtown


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