Photorealism Exhibition at the Nassau County Museum of Art

The Nassau County Museum of Art displays influential works of art from the 1970s.

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By Video Journalist Christina Colatutto

Photorealism is back in vogue at the Nassau County Museum of Art.

The 1970s art exhibition features both American and European artists, who used photography and pop art as inspiration in their paintings.

The artists have also delved in hyperrealism to create undeniably shocking and real sculptures, those including a drug addict and a nearly nude pregnant woman.

This exhibition will run through November 9th.

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Karl Willers, Director, Nassau County Museum of Art

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