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Paris Photo 2010 will Focus on Central Europe Photographers

PARIS.- Held at the Carrousel du Louvre from 18th to 21st November 2010, Paris Photo, the world’s leading fair for 19th Century, modern and contemporary photography will bring together 103 exhibitors including 90 galleries and 13 publisher...

Musée de l’Elysée Features Tomorrow’s Photographers Today

LAUSANNE.- What are young photographers up to in the twenty-first century? How do they see the world? How much do they respect, build on, or reject tradition? As the digital revolution continues its relentless advance, demolishing longstanding practice...

Imprints: Photographs by Mark Ruwedel at the Peabody Essex Museum

SALEM, MA.- This summer the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) presents Imprints: Photographs by Mark Ruwedel –– 41 spectacular black-and-white and color images of dinosaur tracks and ancient human footpaths. The subject of a major book published by ...

150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh at Fotomuseum

ZURICH.- History of photography has been dominated by Europe and the United States. The exhibition Where Three Dreams Cross – 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh and the publication accompanying it articulate the signific...

Fotomuseum Exhibits150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh

ZURICH.- History of photography has been dominated by Europe and the United States. The exhibition Where Three Dreams Cross – 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh and the publication accompanying it articul...

Huis Marseille Explores ‘Infatuations’ That Affect Both Photographers and Curators

AMSTERDAM.- This exhibition is based on the idea of 'infatuations' that can affect both photographers and exhibition curators. People often suppose that museums make choices as objectively as possible, but actually this is far from the...

Photographer Terry Falke featured at Afterimage Gallery

Terry Falke's work is quintessentially American in both subject matter and significance. He is an observational artist who is attuned to details, incongruities...

The Forest of Fontainebleau ~ Painters Photographers from Corot to Monet

Inspired by the possibilities of painting in nature, rather than in the studio, artists traveled to the rugged Forest of Fontainebleau near Paris from the early 1820s to the mid-1870s forging innovations in art that would resonate for generations to follow...

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