Cade Martin Invited to Photograph “Smithsonian’s 101 Most Influential Objects”

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Louis Armstrong’s Trumpet
1946, African American Museum

Cade Martin was part of a team of 7 photographers (Albert Watson, Dan Winters, Max Aguilera-Hellweg, Mark Laita, Susan Seubert and Dave Burnett) who were assigned to photograph the Smithsonian’s “101 Most Influential Objects”.  Cade’s images were included on the Smithsonian’s website, cover and interior spread for the magazine.

“It was an amazing project and I was honored to have been part of the team of photographers working on this project.”, says Martin

To see the entire set of images click here.

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FDR’s Microphone
1930s, American Museum

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Bell’s Telphone
1876, American History Museum

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Walt Whitman Photograph
1891, Portrait Gallery

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Remington Typewriter
c 1874, American History Museum

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Marian Anderson’s Fur Coat
1939, Anacostia Community Museum

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Nat Turner’s Bible
1831, African American Museum

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Langston Hughes’ “The Colored Soldier”
1931, American Art Archives

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Middle Mississippian Mask
1200-1400, American Indian Museum

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Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s Robe
1981, American History Museum

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Chavez’s Jacket
1891, Portrait Gallery

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Nam June Paik’s Electronic Superhighway
1995, American Art Museum

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Telstar
1962, Air and Space Museum

To see more of Cade Martin’s work go to the Smithsonian’s website, Cade’s website and Altpick page.

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