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Have a look: Patrick Faigenbaum's best work

Photographer Patrick Faigenbaum made a splash in the mid-1980s with his restrained, almost sculptural portraits of Italian aristocracy in the palatial surroundings of their ancestral homes. On Saturday, the first North American survey of Faigenbaum’s work opened at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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Avenue Vinohradská, Prague, 1994

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Fatou Mata Niakate, Paris, 2004

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Famille Frescobaldi, Florence, 1984—2010

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Dr. Karel Cerny, Prague, 1994

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A detail from Citrons, Santulussurgiu

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Raphael et Salvatorica, Santulussurgiu, 2003.

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