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New York Photography Show, Presented by AIPAD, Returned to Form at the Park Ave. Armory

The 43rd edition of The Photography Show felt very much a homecoming for exhibitors and visitors alike. Following stints at Pier 94 and Center415, the fair returned to what many…

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Featured Exhibit

Picasso and His Circle in Photographs

By Matt Damsker

The most formidable artist of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso, was destined to leave a photographic legacy, even though the camera was never his chosen medium. But…

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Collecting Resources

The Insider's Guide to Selling Photographs

Besides historical and aesthetic considerations, most photography collectors ultimately will face the real economic issue of both buying and selling images.

Few of us merely inherit a collection and then pass…

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