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"Tiny Topography"

“Tiny Topography” presents the fruits of an intriguing endeavor organized by Houston transplant David Salinas, aka the “Johnny Appleseed of Analog Photography.” Known for thoughtful, nostalgic and wildly experimental approaches to a medium that’s been bastardized in the digital era, Salinas passed out 35-millimeter film cameras to more than 40 artists — Mark Greenberg, Erik Jon Gufstason, Rebecca Dietz, Antonia Padilla, Joan Frederick, Anelle Spector and Ed Saavedra among them. Their photographic findings are presented as contact sheets, best viewed with the help of a magnifying glass

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  • FL!GHT Gallery

    112R Blue Star, San Antonio Southtown

    (210) 872-2586

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