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AIPAD Announces Speakers for April 4-6 "Talks" Program in NYC during Photography Show at Pier 94

The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD, has announced a program of 12 AIPAD Talks during the Show, which runs April 4 through April 7, 2019 at Pier 94 in New…

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Featured Exhibit

Alphonse De Launay: Student of Le Gray and Early Photographer of Spain and Algeria

By Alex Novak

Alphonse De Launay, or Delaunay as he sometimes wrote it, was born in 1827 in Manche, which is the most westerly Département of Normandy in France. This…

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Collecting Resources

Basic Core Photography Collecting Books and Other Media by Category

The following group of classic books and resources is what I consider the basic necessities for a photography collector’s library. There are many other fine examples, but this is…

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