In New York, the Parker Stephenson gallery and its intimate space - a room of just 200 square feet and exhibitions that end in the office - often gratifies us with beautiful discoveries. It is again the case with the exhibition presented there since May. Window Dressing compiles a series of images around the theme of the window, a privileged observation point or setting for photographers.
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