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  • n. Plural form of photogram.


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  • A master of photographic print technology, he began making photograms.

    Shining a Light on Loss

  • He was able to see what was sad in porn ography, beautiful in atomic explosions, strange in shadows and photograms, comic in Jesus engravings, rich in black and white.

    R.I.P Bruce Conner

  • Berlin art "L á szl ó Moholy-Nagy: The Art of Light" shows more than 200 works by the early Modernist, including paintings, photographs, photograms and collages, films and graphics.


  • One photographic technique she enjoyed working with was that of making photograms.

    Photography in Palestine and Israel: 1900-Present Day.

  • While these look like imitation Adam Fuss, they were actually quite beautiful photographs not photograms of colored water by the Vietnamese photographer Han Nguyen.

    Letter from L.A.

  • It also tries to connect his new work with the photograms of Man Ray.

    Miami, Day 3.

  • Walead Beshty made photograms by folding the paper and exposing different sides to different light.

    Fair Weather

  • In his current show, there are photograms of birds in flight and plumes of smoke that represent the spirit world.

    Cooper-Hewitt's Triennial: 20 Architects, No Eisenmans

  • His show also depicts a child's christening gown, a baby's dress, a self-portrait of the artist and several photograms of a woman in profile.

    Cooper-Hewitt's Triennial: 20 Architects, No Eisenmans

  • From the grouping shown by these intensity maxima in accordance with the requirements of the theory, as established, for such photograms of various crystals and from the degree of clarity with which they have been reproduced, it follows that they are an interference phenomenon.

    Nobel Prize in Physics 1914 - Presentation


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