CONTACT is a group exhibition of iconic images and their corresponding contact sheets currently on view at Fahey/Klein Gallery in Los Angeles. Although contact sheets serve a very practical purpose— a tool for editing and archiving a photographer’s negatives—they also provide insights into the working methods of photographers. The relatively straightforward dark room process reveals a great deal about the photographer, his or her approach, and the context in which they were shooting.
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