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Cade Martin Photographs Influential Objects for Smithsonian Cover Story

By Jacqui Palumbo


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© CADE MARTIN

"FDR’s Microphone
1930s, American History Museum 
For the first time, a president seemed to speak to Americans one-on-one."


The latest issue of Smithsonian Magazine is centered around the 101 most influential objects in American History, each pulled from the museum's extensive collections.  New York City-based photographer Cade Martin was asked to join a team of seven photographers, alongside Albert Watson, Dan Winters, Max Aguilera-Hellweg, Mark Laita, Susan Seubert and Dave Burnett, to photograph the objects for the cover story. Martin's work was selected for the cover, which is out now. Check out the online gallery here.

For more from Cade Martin, visit his portfolio.


"Telstar
1962, Air and Space Museum
The satellite brought the world into America’s living rooms."
Photo by Cade Martin


"Walt Whitman Photograph
1891, Portrait Gallery
A haunting image captures America’s quintessential poet."
Photo by Cade Martin
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