To make his “Diorama Maps,” Sohei Nishino shoots thousands of pictures from multiple vantages, which he painstakingly hand-prints, trims to size, and compiles into huge tableaux. The effect isn’t a bird’s-eye view but a Cubist’s: a fragmented, enlightening way of seeing three dimensions in one plane. On view beginning May 17 at the International Center of Photography’s “A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial.”
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