Making science visible through photography — Berenice Abbott

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In this category, People in Science, I am going to introduce individuals that influence science for the scientific community and the general public. Actually, the first person I am going to present is not exactly a scientist, but rather an artist. But who says that one needs to wear a lab coat in order to be an important contributor to science?

“Light through Prism” (1958-61)

Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) was an American photographer, whose best known works include New York cityscapes of the 1930’s. Less known is that, in addition to portraits and landscapes, Berenice was passionate about science photography. Continue reading –>

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