Having seen plenty of her photographs in recent years, we might have gotten used to the idea that Vivian Maier was a classic street photographer, even though her style is unmistakable, her story exceptional, and her sensibility one that can soften the hardest heart. With the exhibition of her self-portraits at the Howard Greenberg gallery, we learn that the American photographer was also fond of games and illusions.
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