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Thomas Mailaender


The MAD Agency is presenting a solo show of Thomas Mailaender at an abandoned Paris printshop. The cyanotype, invented by British scientist Sir John Herschel in 1842, is a simple and inexpensive printing process characterized by its blue-cyan hue. Popularized by the botanist Anna Atkins, who used it for her herbarium, the cyanotype become a widespread process in the 19th century.

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