CRITIC’S PICK: The work of photographers Gail Albert Halaban and Mary Ellen Bartley, “whose architectural compositions and thoughtful geometry belie the intimate worlds contained within,” will be on view at Jackson until Mar. 22, and so will a selection of works from Spanish photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer. According to the JFA website, Halaban “explores notions of intimacy, isolation, subjectivity, neighborly perception, and daily life,” while Bartley “is known for her quiet exploration of the printed book’s potential for abstraction.” Balaguer, on the other hand, explores “themes of identity, memory, and the intersection of personal and collective histories, fused with traditional techniques and innovative concepts.” — Kevin C. Madigan

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