Currently, Edwynn Houk Gallery presents Vis à Vis, show with new photographs by Gail Albert-Halaban. Her new series Vis à Vis, is set in Paris, where she peers through and photographs what’s behind the windows in the French city’s apartments and courtyards. Instead of being the voyeur, however, Albert-Halaban is an active participant, stage-managing each scene. The residents are knowingly photographed, as if actors on a film set.
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