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    Camera Obscura?

    I didn't really know where to post this one, but it came up yesterday. I'm looking to see a show of this artist's work

    Rappaport prize for photographer using alternative methods

    His website

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    OOPS! Didn't search first. Kudos to HKR for his post on Abelardo Morell back in January.

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    I own and greatly like his book "Camera Obscura", particularly the picture of the camera
    made from a Martini & Rossi box....
    "I bought a new camera. It's so advanced you don't even need it." - Steven Wright

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    There was a nice show of some of his Obscura stuff at the DeCordova a while back, IIRC. One of the prints is still on display. He teaches at MassArt, so more Boston shows are very likely. I think he's not doing the Camera Obscura stuff so much these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteymorange
    I didn't really know where to post this one, but it came up yesterday. I'm looking to see a show of this artist's work

    Rappaport prize for photographer using alternative methods

    His website

    Edit:
    OOPS! Didn't search first. Kudos to HKR for his post on Abelardo Morell back in January.
    I noticed the Rappaport link is dead, but his website looks to be worth browsing. Thanks for the tip.
    Chris



 

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