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Pop-Up Photography New York! Was a Successful Launch in NYC

Because of the limited space at AIPAD's Photography Show and the cancellation of several tabletop fairs, a new photography show, "Pop-Up Photography New York!" was launched. The show was held…

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Featured Exhibit

Ballet Photographs: A Split Second of Grace

By Matt Damsker

Aptly titled, this exhibition freezes ballet's fleeting moments of infinite grace, not only through the lens of great photographers but, perhaps more importantly, as embodied by the great…

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Collecting Resources

A Certificate of Insurance and Why You Need to Get One When You Loan Out Work

There are many misconceptions regarding Certificates of Insurance. The following information may help to provide a greater understanding of their proper and intended use.

It is common practice in the…

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