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  • […] Flick's technique is the most inventive: He drove a car, taking photographs of the passing Los Angeles scenery at regular intervals, then organized the contact-print-sized images into rigid 10-by-10 grids. Some of the grids are cleverly constructed; one of Marina del Rey puts houses and beach in alternating columns, while another of Manhattan Beach follows each row uphill from the shore to a series of homes (bottom). A third, taken in Venice Beach on Labor Day weekend 1980, is sufficiently dynamic to suggest one of Garry Winogrand’s shoot-from-the-hip contact sheets. […]

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