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Foreign Body: Photography and the Prelude to Genetic Modification

From january 11 to march 17 2002
Photography
From Frankenstein to Robocop to human clones, the cybernetic or manufactured human has seduced the popular imagination for nearly 2 centuries. The exhibition focuses on the way individuals were portrayed between 1852 and 1945 in medical and scientific photography and popular imagery.

International Center of Photography

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Admission :
Admission fee :  12 $
Concessions :  8 $ Students, Over 55
Free : Under 12, Museums staff
John R. Laughlin, Talipes Equino-Varus: Corrected by Multiple Tenotomies, 1890’s © Collection of the Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
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