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'Verified' curator Amanda Chestnut talks identity 

Juan Madrid says his Salvadoreño and Hudson Valley roots culminate in a fragmented photo of his father “that speaks to cultural clashing and the walls a portrait faces in telling the fullness of a person’s history.” Madrid’s work is part of “Verified,” on view at Loud Cow through June 15.

Image credit: PHOTO BY REBECCA RAFFERTY

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