A mix of genres are on view at the Robert Klein gallery. Apart from the celebrated work of Irving Penn and Francesca Woodman are still lifes by Paulette Tavormina, the dreamy images of Cig Harvey, and abstract compositions by Bill Jacobson. This is a sampling of American photography, from the classics to the contemporary.
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