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Photo Gallery: Evocative Images of Abadoned Office Spaces

“At the beginning of 2001, I began taking pictures of recently abandoned offices, and the things people had left behind,” Phillip Toledano explains in his artist’s statement for Bankrupt, a series we were tipped off to by iGNANT. “This project was more than photography for me. It was economic archeology.” Economic archeology, or forecasting? You [...]
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