Photographed at the wonderful Irving Penn centennial show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Irving Penn's canvas backdrop was a popular spot for selfies and photos, but I shot this from the side of the sweep looking into the next gallery. I like the way the curve of the background frames the doorway, which frames the man walking by the framed photo of a Chesterfield cigarette butt.
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