This exhibition examines photography as an invasive act. It focuses on photography that, whether by intention or effect, challenges our common ideas of privacy and propriety. Most of the pictures on view were made without their subjects’ knowledge—some were made using special technologies, such as right-angle viewfinders, telescopic or wide-angle lenses, and infrared flashes and films.
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