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California Photo Dealer Louis Klaitman Passes away after from Heart Congestion

Louis Klaitman, a longtime photo dealer based in Berkeley, CA, passed away on March 28th from heart congestion due to complications from an earlier stroke.

Klaitman originally had a novelties business…

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Featured Exhibit

In Praise of Pictorialism: Early Pictorial Photography

By Alex Novak

The ideas of Oscar Rejlander, Henry Peach Robinson, and Peter Henry Emerson--while seemingly varied--all pursued the same goal: to gain acceptance for photography as a legitimate art form.…

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Collecting Resources

PRINCE AND SHERMAN ARE TOP PHOTOGRAPHY PERFORMERS AT SPRING NYC CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTIONS

If power is the ability to direct or influence the behavior of others, Richard Prince and Cindy Sherman have become the 'new' hyper-real prototypes in the world of contemporary photography.

Both…

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