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NICHOLAS NIXON, ”Close and Far”

The New York Times
Ken Johnson
December 19, 2003
Mr. Nixon is known for sympathetic but unsentimental photographs of ordinary people, and this exhibition includes a series of closely cropped pictures of bodies young and old, emphasizing the imperfect mortality of the flesh. The main event is a series of Boston cityscapes viewed from afar: high-rise buildings, construction sites and interpenetrating rail and freeway systems captured in densely detailed, Cubist compositions that mirror the dynamic order and nearly chaotic energy of the modem metropolis (Johnson).

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