Explore the works of Robert Polidori, who uses a large-format camera to capture environments that range from the French palace of Versailles to the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina or the nuclear accident at Chernobyl. Polidori has been criticized for the absence of people in his photographs. Do you think his photographs aestheticize the settings of catastrophe? Or do you think they are powerful statements of unique events?
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