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Aspen Art Museum


Spirit Photography

Jul 17, 2015-Nov 1, 2015
Exploring the emergence of spirit photography as a cultural and historical phenomenon, the Aspen Art Museum’s exhibition examines the photograph’s relationship to documentary and the pursuit of truth. Consisting of images produced between the 1830s and the late 1970s, Spirit Photography focuses on photographs of the occult and paranormal, presenting a survey of images that are both eerie in their believability and reveal early methods of photographic trickery.
AAM exhibitions are made possible by the Marx Exhibition Fund. Additional support is provided by the AAM National Council.

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