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Over 140 Photo Exhibits
Each exhibit focuses on a specific topic, photography process (such as autochromes, daguerreotypes, stereo views and oratones), contemporary photography or individual photographer.
Previous Exhibits
Mid-19th-century to Contemporary Landscape Photography
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Michael Philip Manheim: Rhythm from Within
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Max Waldman: Stunning Dance, Theater, Nudes and Portraits
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Maurice Georges Chanu: Paris and the Seine
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Masks and Veils: Covering up in Images
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Marcel Mariën: Ne faites pas attention à la photographie
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Love and Romance in Photographs
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Louis-Émile Durandelle: The New Paris Opera
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Louis De Clercq: 19th-Century Traveler and Calotypist
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Lisa Holden: New Work--Constructed Landscapes and Haunted Portraits
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Let There Be Music
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Léonard Misonne: Images Made of Light
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Laure Albin-Guillot: Pictorialism into Modernism
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Ladislav Postupa: Absurdity within Life
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Kim Camba: Master Photographer of the Ballet
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Josef Sudek: A View of a Private World
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Johann Ludwig Belitski: 19th-century Master of Lighting and Still Life
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Joel D. Levinson: An Independent Vision of the Human Condition
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Jerry Spagnoli: The Color Work--Local Stories
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Jerry Spagnoli: Modern Mirrors
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Jan Saudek: Painterly Dream Worlds
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Jacques-Henri Lartigue: A Parent's Love
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India in the 19th-Century
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In Praise of Pictorialism: Early Pictorial Photography
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Important 19th-Century English Photography: 1840s-1870s
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Images of War: Photographs of Conflict
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Images of Innocence: Children in Photographs
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Ilse Bing: A Woman of Consequence
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Iconic 20th-Century Masterworks
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Highly Related: Photographs in Series
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Henri Le Secq: Documenting Old France
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Henri Cartier-Bresson: Decisive Moments
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Gustave Le Gray: Master Photographer of the 19th Century
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Gone with the Wind in Photographs
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Geza Vandor: Hungarian in Paris
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Fritz Henle: Observer and Photographer of People and Places
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