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/ BRIAN SHOLIS
Aurélien Froment, Théâtre de poche (Pocket Theater), 2007.
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Brian Sholis

Organizing an international biennial or triennial exhibition is, in principle, a thankless task. Your two main audiences, locals unfamiliar with recent artistic developments and globe-hopping art citizens eager for new discoveries, have opposing needs and desires. Apportioning artworks among multiple venues, securing the funding to meet an outsized budget, and... continue reading
“Hiroshima Ground Zero”

INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY, New York

United States Strategic Bombing Survey, Physical Damage Division [Distorted steel-frame structure of Odamasa Store, Hiroshima], November 20, 1945.
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Brian Sholis

At 8:15 on the morning of August 6, 1945, the Japanese city of Hiroshima was momentarily “covered by a bluish-white glare.” (1) An atom bomb, the first to be dropped on a human population, had exploded 580 meters above the ground. A 4.4-square-mile section of the city center was more... continue reading

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