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Mansour El Habre's solo exhibition "Home Life" at Galerie Janine Rubeiz considers such notions.In the 50x70 cm "Electric Gray," Habre isolates a medley of stylized cutout sketches of people across a muted grey canvas.Habre's motley crew of forms are outlined with sharp edges, while others' forms are distorted in a harsher manner. Amid the confusion, glum faces peer out. Another figure makes a peace sign with waving arms. Home Life is on view at Galerie Janine Rubeiz through Sept. 23 .
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