The 24-page book Conventional Photography has all the makings of a collector’s item. The title is a nod to Unconventional Photography, distributed in 1976 by Richard Kalvar and his cronies at Magnum, during the 1976 Democratic National Convention. The latest version has kept the ironic tone, despite a serious introduction by political blogger Ana Marie Cox.
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