With a predilection for the square format of her Rolleiflex, which allow her photographs and compositions to exude their natural elegance, Micheline Dullin documents major building sites. It is in these photographs, including those taken from a helicopter, that her sense of framing and light is the most visible. Dullin is somehow able to to bring order to the necessary disorder of a construction site to make it clear, as she searches in the precision of her framing to find the best distance.
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