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Paris Photo Launches Paris Photo New York in Collaboration with AIPAD in 2020

In the works for nearly a year, Paris Photo and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) have announced a new collaboration on the New York Photography Show, which…

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Featured Exhibit

Joel D. Levinson: An Independent Vision of the Human Condition

Joel D. Levinson was born in Bridgeport, CT on April 24, 1953. He received a BA in Communications in 1975 and a Masters in Visual Arts in 1978 from…

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Collecting Resources

Photography Price Gyrations: Gustave Le Gray, A Case Study

There has been and probably always will be a strong market for this 19th-century photographer. Besides being an acknowledged master by virtually every art institution, he is one of the…

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