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Dan Ohlmann creates impossibly detailed miniature interiors

If you ever find yourself in Lyon, France, you’ll want to make time for a visit to the  Musée Miniature et Cinéma , one of the city’s most peculiar museums. It is most notably for featuring Dan Ohlmann’s impeccably detailed 1/10th and 1/12th scale models of architectural interiors.  The Brooklyn Collection Miniature, by Dan Ohlmann. His models are so realistic, in fact, that the only way their illusions can be broken is by the addition of the artist’s body, whether that’s a hand adding or removing a piece of furniture, his head poking through to revel in the model’s completion, or even his whole body, as he was able to achieve in his rendition of a natural history museum.  Maxims de Paris Miniature, by Dan Ohlmann. His practice can be likened to that of  Thomas Demand , a contemporary German artist that photographs intricate models of architectural spaces

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Dan Ohlmann creates impossibly detailed miniature interiors

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