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Heads up! This Man Crush Monday is floating your way. See him for yourself in “Adventures in Photography: Gifts from Harvey S. Shipley Miller.”

Self-Portrait in Balloon Gondola,” 1862, by Nadar

Google search of the day: spirit photography. In this 19th century trend, Spiritualists used a clever double-exposure technique to trick people into thinking they were looking at an image of a ghost. See it for yourself in “Adventures in Photography: Gifts from Harvey S. Shipley Miller.”

Spirit photograph,” c. 1900, attributed to H. Blackwell

Now on view: see this beautiful example of early photography in “Adventures in Photography: Gifts from Harvey S. Shipley Miller.”

Duke of Buccleugh’s House, Richmond,” 1862, by Victor A. Prout

NEW COMMISSIONS ON VIEW:

Halmos: INCUBATORACCELERATOR
Curated by Kristen Chappa
May 16 - June 27, 2015

Don’t miss the last iteration of Halmos’ INCUBATORACCELERATOR in AiG’s Storefront Project Space, with new work by Gareth James and Tobias Madison!

Above: Gareth James, Introduction to a Novel: II & III, 1994-2015 in Halmos: INCUBATORACCELERATOR (installation view). Vinyl lettering. 72 x 90 in. Courtesy the artist and Art in General. Photo: Charles Benton.