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Huge Anamorphic Portrait Created From Donated Clothing

American artist, Noah Scalin, who is famous for the use of ordinary objects and overall being a man of many talents and projects, designed a site-specific installation for Family Day at the Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. Therefore he organized donated clothes to create a large-scale anamorphic portrait titled Portrait of Innovation: James Conway Farley. The one-day piece was based on a photo taken by the Richmonder photographer James Conway Farley, who was the first African-American to obtain prominence in photography.

All images by Noah Scalin

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