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Susan Buzzi’s photographs of breast cancer survivors will be part of two shows opening in October. The first is an exhibit with Michael Colanero — 2 Photographers … 100 Stories — that will open Friday night at Uncommon Gallery, 2713 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. The second will open Oct. 10 at Art Frenzies, 2151 Wilton Dr., Wilton Manors, and will document Bernadette Zizzo, shown here, Art Frenzies’ co-proprietor, among other survivors. Susan Buzzi
Susan Buzzi’s photographs of breast cancer survivors will be part of two shows opening in October. The first is an exhibit with Michael Colanero — 2 Photographers … 100 Stories — that will open Friday night at Uncommon Gallery, 2713 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. The second will open Oct. 10 at Art Frenzies, 2151 Wilton Dr., Wilton Manors, and will document Bernadette Zizzo, shown here, Art Frenzies’ co-proprietor, among other survivors. Susan Buzzi

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