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Moholy-Nagy Photogram Sets New German Photo Auction Record at 488,000 Euros

Berlin-based Grisebach's spring auction for Modern and Contemporary Photography on May 30th broke several records. With a lower estimate of 988,000 euros, total sales reached 1,190,000 euros, including buyer's premiums,…

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Featured Exhibit

A Library of Rare Photography Books and Portfolios

By Alex Novak

This special selection of rare books spans the gamut from early and virtually never seen 19th-century documents to scarce and in-demand contemporary books and portfolios.

I hope you find…

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Collecting Resources

Selection of Good Restaurants in London

Remember to add 011-44 when calling from the U.S. to the phone numbers below.  Prices in London tend to be very high.  Think New York City

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