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In the 70s, everyone hated Shore’s quirky photographs of everyday life because they weren’t in black and white. Now, a new retrospective shows how he became a modern master – and how the masses finally caught up with him Stephen Shore, Robert Frank, Walker Evans, William Eggleston, Ansel Adams, Photo Grand Format, Hans Ulrich Obrist, West Palm Beach Florida, Modern Masters
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Shady character: how Stephen Shore taught America to see in living colour

In the 70s, everyone hated Shore’s quirky photographs of everyday life because they weren’t in black and white. Now, a new retrospective shows how he became a modern master – an... 
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