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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

19th-Century Architectural Views of Italy: 1850s-1860s

By Matt Damsker

The emergence of photography in the 19th century opened the world's eyes to many things, not the least of which was the classic architecture that had previously required…

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Collecting Resources

Jean-Luc Pons Interviews Alex Novak of I Photo Central on the Photo Market

An edited version of this interview first appeared in the September-October-November, 2002 issue of Photographie International. My thanks to its publisher, Jean-Luc Pons, for allowing me to reproduce it…

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