A monochromatic exhibition of Boris Mikhailov’s photographs is currently on view at the Dominique Lévy gallery in New York. On the first floor is the blue series At Dusk, featuring 110 panoramic photographs barely 30 centimeters wide and displayed in a row, giving it a very cinematic look.
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