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Works by French photographer Mustapha Azeroual are being exhibited for the second time at Karantina's Art Factum Gallery.Those members of the public accustomed to photo exhibitions that have framed C-prints hanging from the walls may be surprised by Azeroual's thoroughly contemporary approach to photography. Indeed, casual onlookers may imagine that some of the photos on show here are actually watercolors.The untitled installation is comprised of a single large brownish print mounted on white columns of different heights – a sculptural supplement that conveys an additional sense of perspective, topography and movement to that of the landscape photo.Azeroual's approach to developing and exhibiting photographic images does indeed give this exhibition an aspect of "ghosted" mimesis.Mustapha Azeroual's "Reliefs" is up at Karantina's Art Factum Gallery until May 2 .
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