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Photo Snaps: Space Exhibits Everywhere; Scott Nichols Gallery Relocates; and Kunin Interviewed

MUSEUM MOON LANDING EXHIBITS

It seems like everyone has a show to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. Here are just a few of the major ones…

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Featured Exhibit

19th-Century Erotic Photographs

By Matt Damsker

There is very little that is new under the sun, so it stands to reason that erotic photography flourished in the 19th century as an early passion of…

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Collecting Resources

Cindy Sherman's Film Stills: An Evaluation Nearly 30 Years Later

"She's good enough to be a real actress."

--Andy Warhol, n.d.

"Cindy Sherman's Film Stills are the best of my generation."

--Richard Prince, May 5, 2007 email

Almost 30 years after its completion, Cindy…

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