Underwater Photography with Martin Hazine

The space was chosen for its claustrophobic atmosphere, says Hazine, with ceilings low enough to touch that echo foot traffic from the gallery above.

"It's the feeling of pressing down on you, and I kind of liked it. Like when you're under water and you don't know which way is up and which is down," says Hazine.

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