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filmscanners: NYTimes.com Article: How the Arrival of Artificial Light Changed Everything



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About light which is what photography is about.

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How the Arrival of Artificial Light Changed Everything

ARTS IN AMERICA
By STEPHEN KINZER

Curators at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the Carnegie Museum
of Art in Pittsburgh have spent four years preparing an exhibition
examining the nature of light.

http://www.nytimes.com/2001/06/13/arts/13ARTS.html?ex=993445703&ei=1&en=844f1f3f38747f79

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