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(A) facet of “TRANSCEND” that’s especially noteworthy (is that) it comes at a moment when increased awareness of the lived experience of transgender people has brought about a sensitivity about the prurient, tabloid-y matters that pertain to transitioning. Senarighi’s insistence on the physicality and intimacy of trans bodies is a response to their erasure in the public sphere. Senarighi depicts clothes in grayscale, using only black paint on a white canvas and — apart from the cloud-and-sky backgrounds — restricting the use of color to the subjects’ faces, hair, and skin, where it’s nothing short of riotous.
— Peter Lawrence Kane, San Francisco Weekly
 

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