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May 07, 2009

Photo critic Lyle Rexer examines what images leave unseen.

By Sean Piazza

If a picture says a thousand words, Lyle Rexer is interested in the next thousand words the photo refuses to disclose. Rexer’s The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography looks at abstraction from the very first photographers (who could not define what a photograph “should look like”) to modern practitioners who harness digital media and mass production.


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