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Yale Joel : Mirror Mirror

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In November, 1946 LIFE Magazine photographer Yale Joel set up a two-way mirror in the lobby of the Lowes Criterion Theater in Times Square, where the film Dark Mirror was playing. Unbeknownst to the public, Joel was concealed for thirteen hours on the other side with his camera. What he captured was a parade of humanity primping, preening, and poking at their reflections. Nineteen of those photographs were published in LIFE on December 16, 1946. This unique online exhibition is the first presentation of this mischievous series in nearly 75 years. Today’s viewers will be amused at both the expressions...

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