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February 18, 2010


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Excellent review of a show I hadn't been aware of. I will be going to see.

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I definitely need to refresh my art historical knowledge of surrealist photography. And live vicariously in 1920s/30s Paris.

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i like this part of the blog:"A number of portraits can also be found in the show, especially of the bohemian crowd that frequented the cafés and dance halls of the Montmartre and Montparnasse neighborhoods." is very good

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