Re: And how sharp I am was/Re: Temperaprint & Gum

From: Christina Z. Anderson ^lt;>
Date: 02/04/04-05:45:36 AM Z
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It was RC, an article on permanence of RC paper. I don't know if the
Bechers' images were RC; I got up really close to try and tell but they, of
course, were behind glass and framed. I can't say it is the first time I
have been surprised by poor quality of prints in a museum tho. This was at
the Walker in Mpls, called the Last Picture Show, an exhibit of photography
from 1960-82.
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Was this in reference to fiber paper or RC paper? I know RC inkjet paper
can outgass and fog the glass unless given a long curing time before

Mark Nelson
In a message dated 2/3/04 9:09:09 PM, writes:

> I could dig up the article in Photo Techniques from years ago written by
> Ctein, but if I remember correctly, it was some sort of outgassing of the
> paper, esp if glassed. Richard Knoppow will know.
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