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ANDREW SMITH GALLERY RELOCATING TO TUCSON

Andrew Smith Gallery has closed its Santa Fe gallery location after 33 years this past weekend, and will begin the process of relocating to Tucson.

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Featured Exhibit

Photographs of Water and Silica: Ocean and Sand

By Matt Damsker

Since the beginning of photography, few subjects have provided such reliable drama as the world's oceans and sands. Ever shape-shifting, they are the ultimate symbols of time's vast…

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Collecting Resources

The Ins and Outs of A Photography Appraisal

Collecting photography may be a labor of love, but taking care of it may be a burden best shared with experts. At the very least, it’s important to keep…

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