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Calendar, Night&Day That Beauty Is Mine

That Beauty Is Mine

Whether he's photographing canisters that contain the ashes of former psychiatric patients or taking images of X-rays that reveal the insides of centuries-old art objects, David Maisel has a knack for revealing the haunting beauty of things that weren't…
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Culture, Art "Line of Sight" and "History's Shadow": Photography That Goes Beneath the Surface

"Line of Sight" and "History's Shadow": Photography That Goes Beneath the Surface

Twenty years after the birth of photography, Charles Baudelaire called the medium an invention of the superficial, saying its emphasis on "exactitude" was a cheap substitute for the subtleties contained in painting, poetry, and other real art. Baudelaire's angry condemnation…
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Calendar, Night&Day Photographs that Go Deeper -- Literally

Photographs that Go Deeper -- Literally

Twenty years after the birth of photography, Charles Baudelaire called the medium an invention of the superficial, saying its emphasis on "exactitude" was a cheap substitute for the subtleties contained in painting, poetry, and other real art. David Maisel's photo…
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