At the intersection of the real world and a plethora of imaginary ones lie these unposed black-and-white photographs discovered in the cracks of ordinary life. Mysterious relationships emerge, connections are made or broken, animals become human, things become animate, vague threats lurk. All are frozen in time. A dark humor bubbles slowly to the surface. Richard Kalvar, an American living in...
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