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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

Early Western Landscapes and Views: From Mammoth Plates to Stereos

By Alex Novak

By the early 1850s and 1860s photographers were beginning to photograph places in the Western United States which few people--and virtually no non-Native Americans--had ever seen.…

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Collecting Resources

The Ins and Outs of A Photography Appraisal

Collecting photography may be a labor of love, but taking care of it may be a burden best shared with experts. At the very least, it’s important to keep…

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