While in Paris we found two more exhibitions definitely worth seeing: Photography Not Art — Naturalism according to P.H. Emerson (1886-1895) at the MusÃ©e d’Orsay and Glass Memories by Quinn Jacobson at the Centre Iris.
The room of platinum prints by P. H. Emerson at the MusÃ©e d’Orsay. There was another room exhibiting also his photogravures — great examples of images that don’t need to be blown up large to be touching.
Very strong and personal collodion wet plate work at the Centre Iris…
…by Quinn Jacobson.
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