Tuesday, August 13

Snap Noir: Snapshot Stories from the Collection of Robert E. Jackson

"A total of 61 black and white photographs, framed in white/black and matted, and hung against grey and white walls in the main rooms of the gallery. All of the photographs are vintage gelatin silver prints, made by unknown photographers from generally undated negatives. The prints are arranged into groups ranging in size from 4 to 21 prints. All of the prints come from the collection of Robert E. Jackson. There is no photography allowed in the gallery, so the installation shots at right are via the Pace/MacGill website."
NPR: Photography Phone Call: Are Snapshots Dead? (vimeo)

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