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Artists create worlds of their imaginations in ‘Con.Struct’ exhibit

Tom O’Brien’s “Futropolis Species: Homo Nanoelectronica,” a fantasy image of the face of a human or robot with a cold stare and an ageless metallic “skin.”
Tom O’Brien’s “Futropolis Species: Homo Nanoelectronica,” a fantasy image of the face of a human or robot with a cold stare and an ageless metallic “skin.”
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One of the best exhibits you can see this month is not in Albany. It’s not at a college, and it’s not at a museum. “Con.Struct,” which opened last month in the Arts Center Gallery at Saratoga Arts, has the muscle of the Mohawk Hudson Regional, an attribute that could have something to do with its heavyweight jurors and the strong presence of regional talent — with artists like Kenneth Ragsdale, Charles Steckler, Deb Hall, ...

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