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New Work by Kyle Butler at Nina Freudenheim Gallery

How long does an artist have to be in this area to achieve significant milestones in our art community? Well, if by “significant” you mean having your work purchased for the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, exhibiting at the Burchfield Penney Art Center and Castellani Art Museum, and having solo exhibitions at Buffalo Arts Studio, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, and Exhibit-A (a commercial gallery in Corning), and you are Kyle Butler, then the answer is about two and a half years.

Photos by Buffalo's Refugee Community at the Historical Society

Buffalo: Through Their Eyes is an exhibit of photos by and about current refugee newcomers to this city. The photographers came here from Thailand, Burma, Bhutan, and the Republic of Congo. The exhibit is at the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society.

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