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Never too much art: Regional exhibit offers variety, greatest number of works in years

A video still from Pooh Kaye’s “The Painted Princess.” Kaye recieved a Juror’s Award for the 12-minute video piece.
A video still from Pooh Kaye’s “The Painted Princess.” Kaye recieved a Juror’s Award for the 12-minute video piece.
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Every year, the Mohawk-Hudson Regional checks the pulse of contemporary art in our backyard. This summer, it’s the viewers who might need to check their heart rate. The excitement begins the minute you land on the second floor of the Albany Institute of History & Art and hear the sounds of falling water, animal squeaks and other peeps and pops. John Knecht’s 2010 video, “Deluge: Studies to the Super Natural,” flickers on a small screen, ...


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