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In cubist paintings, it isn’t always immediately obvious what all the shapes represent. Look at Still Life with Checked Tablecloth by Juan Gris (1887-1927). What objects can you see in this painting? Does the way the items are arranged make you see more than is actually there? How does the perspective make you feel? Arrange some objects and take a photograph today that uses one of these techniques to make the viewer see things in an unexpected way.

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