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Diane Meyer’s hand-embroidered photographs blend the modern art of photography with older craft traditions of needle work. By creating a sense of pixelation through the embroider, Meyer’s photographs ask the viewer to think about memory, nostalgia, and our understandings of the past. You can learn more about her Berlin series on her website.