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Paris Photo Launches Paris Photo New York in Collaboration with AIPAD in 2020

In the works for nearly a year, Paris Photo and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) have announced a new collaboration on the New York Photography Show, which…

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Featured Exhibit

Ilse Bing: A Woman of Consequence

By Alex Novak

Ilse Bing was born in 1899 in Frankfurt, Germany. She studied art history and mathematics at the universities of Frankfurt and Vienna in the late 1920s.…

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Collecting Resources

PRINCE AND SHERMAN ARE TOP PHOTOGRAPHY PERFORMERS AT SPRING NYC CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTIONS

If power is the ability to direct or influence the behavior of others, Richard Prince and Cindy Sherman have become the 'new' hyper-real prototypes in the world of contemporary photography.

Both…

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