About Richard Tuschman
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- Theatrical and poetic in style, this series of constructed photographs tells the tale of a long-lost Jewish neighborhood in Krakow. A magical and enchanting photoessay, which reflects the fleeting, fluid nature of memory—and dreams.
- Iconic lighting, mid-twentieth century settings, and themes of solitude, alienation and longing infuse these award-winning photographic responses to the work of the American painter, Edward Hopper.
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