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Photo Snaps: Space Exhibits Everywhere; Scott Nichols Gallery Relocates; and Kunin Interviewed

MUSEUM MOON LANDING EXHIBITS

It seems like everyone has a show to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. Here are just a few of the major ones…

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Featured Exhibit

Susan McCartney: Having Fun, Observing Life

By Alex Novak

Susan McCartney has been taking pictures since the age of 12 and studied fine art and graphic design at the Hammersmith College of Art in London and the…

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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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