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It's said history's first photograph was taken by French Inventor Nicephore Niepce using camera obscura.Naive in retrospect, this view overlooked the human hand shared by painters and photographers. The elusive nature of reality when it comes to depiction lingers around the edges of "Undercover," the solo show of works by French photographer Franck Christen, now up at Galerie Tanit. The geographic sample is broad but with the photos themselves have been given rather restrictive titles.The show's title apparently stems from a collage of anonymous faces with cutout eyes that Christen came across in a Tokyo window display. "#8732" is a photo Christen captured near Beirut.
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