The Getty Museum, in Los Angeles, presents a fascinating exhibition on the role of paper in the history of photography. For most people, a photograph is fairly straightforward – an image on a piece of paper with four straight edges and four corners. But for some photographers, paper is not merely the end result of developing a photograph – it...
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