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Visual Arts Review

Another green world

Amanda Means's luminous photographs of leaves make nature look almost extraterrestrial

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / June 1, 2008

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CAMBRIDGE - Amanda Means grew up on an upstate New York farm. The natural world had a greater significance for her than it does for most people. And moving to New York City, to go to art school, she felt its absence. "My photographs," she writes in the text that accompanies her show, "Looking at Leaves," "are a metaphor for ... (Full article: 543 words)

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