The panorama isn’t seen very often in art galleries, for, I suppose, a variety of reasons. It’s a very tricky format. Dylan Vitone’s panoramas are assembled from individual photographs, but they’re not digitally stitched. Compelling work that is more complex than it might seem: People might appear more than once so that a story is told; or the curtain might get pulled back, revealing the drama or absurdity of contemporary life. The example above (click to see a larger version) is from Miami (I just had to pick a photo that had something to do with photography itself).