Two small collages by Emir Šehanovi hang on the back wall of CES Contemporary, part of the group show “When It Is Dark Enough.” Šehanovi cut open vintage photographs of veiled women, so you just see the contour of the women’s bodies and enough of their clothing to understand they’re exquisitely dressed. Then you see layers of paper and textured, fleshy terrains — probably cropped landscape photographs — at the center, where the women’s faces and torsos should be. They're simple but precise.

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