The title of the latest series from British photographer Paul Graham is as enigmatic as its subject. Between 2011 and 2014, Graham set out—it’s unclear where—in search of rainbows. Consequently, the photographs in his new book from Mack and those on display at the Pace MacGill gallery in New York contain countless rays of blue, red, turquoise and yellow. But not exclusively.
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