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Giving his regard to Broadway

A photographer follows the street

The show of Cervin Robinson's work at MIT consists of 32 photos made over a period of 35 years. The show of Cervin Robinson's work at MIT consists of 32 photos made over a period of 35 years. (CERVIN ROBINSON)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / April 27, 2008

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CAMBRIDGE - Every photographer sees, and therefore records, a different world. That's one of the things that makes the art of photography so fascinating. Each photographer doesn't merely document the world but creates a new one, one you may never have noticed before. (Full article: 732 words)

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