For the past three decades, Josef Koudelka has used his Leica like a panoramic camera. Twelve of these large-format black-and-white are now on display at the Pace MacGill Gallery in New York. The exhibition is a selection of the best works from this period, and visitors can rediscover the coastal landscapes and industrial zones of Europe and the Middle East, some of which were featured in Vestiges, the traveling 2012 Koudelka exhibition
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