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Classic Photograph Fair Launches in London in mid-June after a Year Delay

It was well worth the wait. The Classic Photograph Fair, organized by Daniella Dangoor and sponsored by Chiswick Auctions, was originally scheduled to have its inaugural edition in May 2020,…

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Featured Exhibit

Images of Innocence: Children in Photographs

By Alex Novak

Some of the earliest photographic images are of children. At times the subjects of these images were the photographer's own children or close relatives. Other images…

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Collecting Resources

Contemporary Photography: Truth & the Burden of Reality

There has been a tremendous amount of discussion in the popular press lately about photography's relationship with reality.   The recent discovery that a Lebanese freelance photographer with more than a decade…

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