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Photo editing seeks to remain hidden, changing our perception of reality with stealthy tricks of the eye. Winter Works on Paper exposes the airbrushing and cropping process used to sensationalize photographs in front-page crime stories from the newspapers of 1920s and ’30s New York. This large-scale print of a photograph dated August 27, 1930, depicts Betty Lee, a witness to the Coney Island Bungalow Raids that uncovered a stash of illegal firearms and safe-cracking tools.
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Brand-new print of a vintage photograph. Uncoated 80lb paper, digital print. Ships in a tube.
Winter Works on Paper
Uncoated 80lb Paper
W 18” H 24”
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