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Manfred Heiting Home and Photobook Library Go up in Flames in Malibu Fire

Another tragedy of the recent California fires was the destruction of collector and donor Manfred Heiting's Malibu house and his collection of photobooks, destined for the Houston Museum of Fine…

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Featured Exhibit

Brassai: The Transylvanian Parisian

By Matt Damsker

Who but Brassaï could photograph a gentle ocean wave lapping the shore of the French Riviera and make it seem like a sensual manifesto, all foam and swirling…

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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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