Louis-Alphonse Davanne - Arena at Arles, France
Sabine Weiss - Restaurant Coquet, Paris
Lisa Holden - Reclining
Hiroshi Watanabe - Santa Monica Pier
Lisa Holden - Pink Poppies
Arthur Tress - Throne of Aphrodite, New York

Newsletter News

Simon Baker Appointed Director of Maison Européenne de la Photographie

Simon Baker, the Tate’s first photography curator, has been appointed director of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP), the prestigious photography center in Paris. Baker will succeed Jean-Luc…

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Featured Exhibit

Dorothy Norman: Simplicity, Elegance and a Modernist Eye for Photography

By Alex Novak

Dorothy Norman was born in Philadelphia, PA on March 28, 1905. She was educated at Smith College, Northampton, MA and at the University of Pennsylvania. In…

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Collecting Resources

On Connoisseurship and Photography Print Values: A Discussion

This article is devoted to a very important subject: connoisseurship and the print. This should be a topic of primary concern for any collector, institution or dealer. What…

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