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Artists and photographers—like prophets—have the ability to see what's around us with a particular depth of vision. As part of a series of photographs of Paris street scenes, Robert Vignola's Vanishing Point offers steel girders and rail lines as a means to meditate on space, time and eternity. The photographer's refinement of the digital image reflects a postmodern aesthetic and spirituality that can see beauty even within elements of industrial design and practical functionality. 

 —Lois Huey-Heck


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