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Photo Book: Seeing Deeply with Dawoud Bey

DAWOUD BEY: SEEING DEEPLY.

University of Texas Press. 394 pgs., approximately 300 full-color plates; clothbound, $65; ISBN No. 978-1-4773-1719-8. Information: http://www.utpress.utexas.edu, http://www.stephendaitergallery.com.

This magnificent volume represents a 40-year retrospective of the…

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Featured Exhibit

Stanko Abadžic: Out of the Shadows, A Photojournalist's Diary of Life

By Dean Brierly

One of the great ironies of globalization is that as people become more connected to technology--email, cell phones, Ipods--they often become less connected to one another.

This growing rift…

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Collecting Resources

Photography Price Gyrations: Gustave Le Gray, A Case Study

There has been and probably always will be a strong market for this 19th-century photographer. Besides being an acknowledged master by virtually every art institution, he is one of the…

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