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Claudia Kunin "3D Family Ghost Stories" at the Salmagundi Club, Sept. 24 - 30, 2010

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Claudia Kunin, winner of the 2010 Prix de la Photographie Paris, will be presenting her anaglyphic series "3D Family Ghost Stories" as well as a few from the series "3D Theoretical Ghost Stories" in the library of the Salmagundi Club from the 24th of September through the 30th of September. The hours are Monday - Friday 1:00 - 6:00 PM, and Weekends 1:00 - 5:00 PM

This show is presented in conjunction with Be-Hold's preview of fine photographs for its auction on the 30th of September.

The artist will be giving a talk on Sunday, the 26th of September at 3:00 PM at the Salmagundi Club, located at 47 5th Avenue, New York City.

The Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, will be featuring a number of the "3D Family Ghosts" at Tokyo Photo. The show opens on the 17th of September and runs through the 20th of September.

Her images are constructed of photographs from the family archives and combined with those she has taken herself. They are masterfully stitched together in Photoshop, and subsequently made 3D through hand rendering the left eye view.

Kunin's work has been shown at numerous museums and venues from Paris to Tokyo to New York. Her work is currently in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution, the Getty, and the Museum of Photographic Arts. Her series "3D Holy Ghost Stories" took first prize, the Paul Wing award, at the National Stereoscopic Association's annual convention in 2007.

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