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    Taryn Simon. Chapter XVII from "A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I–XVIII" (detail). 2011. Pigmented inkjet prints, 84 x 241 7/8" (213.4 x 614.4 cm). Courtesy the artist. © Taryn Simon

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