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The exhibition Cutline, part of the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival, showcases images from The Globe and Mail's archives. Featuring the crop marks, date stamps, captions and creases of the original photos, the exhibit is "an attempt to tell a narrative about the nature of the complexity of newspaper photography in a non-conventional, non-linear way," according to Roger Hargreaves, one of Cutline's three curators.
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