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Slow Color Photography explores the remarkable science, art, and aesthetics of two of the German Empire's most ambitious photographers who created colour images using the Lippmann process around 1900: Doctor of medicine and anthropologist Richard Neuhauss (1855-1915) and physicist Hans Lehmann (1875-1917).
Slow Color Photography
until 30 January 2022
Preus Museum, Horten, Norway
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