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Adelson Galleries Boston presents an exhibition of photography featuring three artists: Clint Baclawski, Tristan Govignon, and Dan Peterson. Each has a formal education in photography and pursues this medium with a
passion. The artists have different aesthetics and goals; however, the common thread among the three is their desire to express an alternate view of reality. Alfred Stieglitz famously said, “In photography there is a
reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” The pieces on exhibition are proof of technology’s capacity to allow artists to capture life in a way that the human eye cannot see. These artists have directed their lens to distort, magnify, or focus on subjects that allow the viewer access to another world.