In celebration of Fraenkel Gallery’s 40th anniversary, the exhibition Long Story Short, including 60 photographs covering 180 years, is on view through January 18. Jeffrey Fraenkel calls the show “a sliver of photography’s tasty pie,” and among the works on view is our cover image: Alec Soth, Dallas City, Illinois, 2002. Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
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