When the trend at galleries is black-and-white, never-before-seen color photographs are rare. But that’s the case for the Marie Cosindas retrospective at the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York, where certain photographs are being displayed for the first time in a commercial space. So, perhaps not “never-before-seen,” but certainly amost unknown.
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