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Historic Pride Sale at Swann Brings Market Premiers and Auction Records

The Pride Sale at Swann Galleries on Thursday, June 20 offered a curated selection of LGBTQ+ art, photography, literature, autographs and ephemera from the past 200 years, with many first-time…

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Featured Exhibit

Stereoview: Three-Dimensional Photography

By Alex Novak

Giovanni Battista della Porta (1538-1615) created binocular drawings, and about the same time Jacopo Chimenti da Empoli (1554-1640) produced pairs of drawings, which clearly indicated his understanding of…

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Collecting Resources

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY: TRUTH & THE BURDEN OF REALITY

There has been a tremendous amount of discussion in the popular press lately about photography's relationship with reality.   The recent discovery that a Lebanese freelance photographer with more than a decade…

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