“Once Upon a Time in Kazimierz” is the story of a Jewish family in 1930s Poland. Dark shadows abound, portending the inevitability of fate that retrospect affords. Conceived as a visual novella by photographer Richard Tuschman, each image is made through a meticulous process that marries miniature dioramas with life-size models, reaching new heights in staged photography. The work is currently on view at Klompching Gallery, Brooklyn, now through April 2, 6016. Gallery Owner Darren Ching speaks with Crave about Richard Tuschman.
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Photo: Somewhere In Kazimierz, 2016. © Richard Tuschman/Courtesy Klompching Gallery, New York