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On Exhibit: At the Barnes--Tracing Photography's Power Over Painting

FROM TODAY, PAINTING IS DEAD: EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY IN BRITAIN AND FRANCE.

Featuring approximately 250 photographs from the collection of Michael Mattis and Judy Hochberg. Now through May 12, 2019, at…

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Featured Exhibit

Tom Baril: Contemporary Work, Florals, Still Lifes, and More

After graduating from New York's School of Visual Arts in 1980 with a BA in photography, Baril served as Robert Mapplethorpe's exclusive print maker. Since then Baril has distanced himself…

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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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