Robert Tat Gallery presents until February 6, 2016 selections from the collection of Robert E. Jackson. The exhibition “Vernacular Vixens: Found Photographs of Women” is drawn from Jackson’s collection of over 11,000 found and vernacular images, and features approximately 35 photographs of women and the female form. The show includes images from various areas within vernacular photography, including press photos, double exposures, snapshot portraits, negatives printed as positives, color photographs and larger anonymous images.
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