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Professor Emeritus and acclaimed photographer Abelardo Morell spoke to The Washington Post on his life’s work and how he revolutionized the ancient camera obscura.

Morell was born in Cuba and came to the United States as a teenager. Over several decades, he has established himself as a top photographer, regularly appearing in exhibitions and museum collections across the country. He is an experimentalist with a keen and often witty sense not only of the history of photography but also of the history of art.

Read the article to learn about Morell’s latest project, his influences, and his reimagining of Arles, France.

The Washington Post 
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