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UPHEAVAL STERLING WAS A STUDENT HIMSELF Sterling was a student himself Moholy Nagy's Institute of Design in Chicago where he studied photography under Harry Callahan Aaron Siskind and Frederick Sommer with classmates Yasuhiro Ishimoto and Ray Metzker Looking back now at. .
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