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Grand Retrospective of Over 300 Photographs by André Kertész at Martin-Gropius-Bau

BERLIN.- As the creator of images like Underwater Swimmer (1917), Chez Mondrian (1926) or Gabel (1929) André Kertész has a firm place in 20th century photographic history. It is not only his formally outstanding compositions which won him great estee...

Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley Announces Re-Opening Season of...

ALLENTOWN, PA.- On October 16, 2011 the Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley will present its re-opening show Shared Treasure: The Legacy of Samuel H. Kress. This exhibition, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Kress Collection gift, wil...

Photographs of Native Americans by Herbert Ascherman at the Butler Institute...

YOUNGSTOWN, OH.- Considered by many one of this nation’s foremost living portrait photographers, Herbert Ascherman has rejected modern photographic technology, returning to the the late 19th and early 20th century platinum printing process. This C...

Camera Work in Berlin Exhibits the Photographs of Nadav Kander and...

BERLIN.- Camera Work exhibits “Yangtze - The Long River” by Nadav Kander and “Pripyat and Chernobyl“ by Robert Polidori, certainly two of the most impressive series of recent photographic history. The photographs of both artists are...

Smithsonian Acquires Lifetouch Donation for Photographic History Collection

WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History recently received a donation of historic materials from Lifetouch Inc. as part of its effort to record the history of photography. Lifetouch, an employee-owned photography com...

Color in American Photography, 1950-1970 at Bruce Silverstein Gallery

NEW YORK, NY.- Bruce Silverstein Gallery presents, Beyond COLOR: Color in American Photography, 1950-1970, a re-examination of a pivotal period in photography’s short history, when the artistic relevance of color in fine art photography had yet to...

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