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Dora Maar Touring Exhibition Opens at Centre Pompidou

“Who is Dora Maar?” That's the question a traveling exhibition seeks to answer. The exhibition, organized in partnership between Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern and the J. Paul Getty Museum, aims…

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Featured Exhibit

Barbara Morgan: The Great Experimenter

"Light is the shape and play of my thought.... my reason for being a photographer."…

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Collecting Resources

On Connoisseurship and Photography Print Values: A Discussion

This article is devoted to a very important subject: connoisseurship and the print. This should be a topic of primary concern for any collector, institution or dealer. What…

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