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Richard Renaldi’s stunning photographs feature men, women and children – all strangers to each other – touching or embracing in some manner. The question for the viewers: who is “a stranger” and how would I feel about touching this person I do not know? The show asks provocative questions about social boundaries, who we view as “the other” – and why – and how we react to people we do not know. Richard is a critically acclaimed photographer based in New York City with a long-time affiliation with Saugatuck-Douglas.
to read our mLive article on Touching Strangers.