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A free magazine about classic photography. Profile pic from Issue #01: Eadweard Muybridge. Animal Locomotion, Camel Trotting, 1887. Albumen print from
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The Classic Jun 11
Happy Birthday ! 11 June 1815. Photo: The Dream, photograph, by Julia Margaret Cameron, 1869, England. Museum no. 937-1913. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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The Classic Jun 11
The iPhoto Newsletter recap of ⁦ is out: 2019 Photo London Public Program and Staff Support Rated Top-notch, But Exhibitor Sales Continue to Be Erratic and Elusive
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The Classic Jun 11
Why do we see what we see when we look at a ? ⁦ & ⁦⁩ have been using atomic force microscopy and scanning electron microscopy to find out
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The Classic Jun 11
Coming up this Thursday at : Vente aux encheres -
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The Classic Jun 9
Ontario gallery acquires large collection of historical Caribbean photographs | "They need the kind of history to back them, to kind of tell a more expansive, fulsome story about the Caribbean and racism and hierarchies — related to colour." CBC News
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Magnum Photos Jun 8
Congratulations to Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas who has been awarded the inaugural Award by and !
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The Classic Jun 9
Opening Tomorrow! launches inaugural exhibition ‘Bloom...away’ - an exhibition of early photography from 1850s to 1960s - for & lovers alike. Thru 19 June at The Studio, 73 Glebe Place, London SW3 5JB (image: Charles Jones, c.1900)
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PHRC Jun 7
GOOD NEWS! Registration to attend THE BUSINESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY, will remain open until the 9th of June 2019 as we still have some places available. Visit the conference website for additioal information and registration
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Auckland Libraries Jun 5
A selection of historically significant photographs shot by Charlie Dawes in the early 20th century are now available to view on Kura Heritage Collections Online.
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Helen Trompeteler Jun 4
Tonight I went to a new exhibition , which brings together over sixty prints by photographers to explore the experiences of refugees and immigrants to Britain during the 1930s-50s. A timely and powerful exhibition, continues until 5 July.
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Naomi Stewart Jun 5
Today, the major retrospective of Dora Maar's work opens (it will later tour to & ). Having spent the last few years researching Maar's photography for my PhD thesis, it's exciting to see her receive the international recognition she so deserves.
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The Classic Jun 5
Alinari, world’s oldest photography agency, faces crisis:
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Lisa Stein Jun 3
Favourite photograph in our June issue: Oscar Gustave Rejlander's 'Self-portrait with Parrot' from c.1865. Read this month's free review by 's Corey Keller on the artist's first major retrospective currently at the :
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The Classic Jun 4
Coming up 15 June ⁦⁩: Focus 45: The Moon and Photography | Curator Lisa Hostetler will discuss the latest installation in the History of rotation, inspired by the 50th anniversary of the 11 moon landing.
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Magnum Photos Jun 4
Curator, poet, and photography historian Carole Naggar reflects on Bruce Davidson's career-long pursuit of the long-term documentary project. You can see a retrospective of Davidson's work on display in Monschau until June 23.
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The Classic Jun 3
: A retrospective of nearly 500 works by Dora Maar opens this week , 5 June - 29 July
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The Classic Jun 1
Auction Alert: Artist | Icon | Inspiration: Women in Photography coming up 7 June 2019 ⁦⁩ NY
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James McArdle May 31
Anyone professing interest in the history of photography will have read the words of Elizabeth (Rigby) Eastlake (1809-1893), generally known as Lady Eastlake, in her 'Photography' published in April 1857. But who was she?
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 31
Oscar Rejlander strongly advocated that photography was an independent art, which brought him praise as well as criticism throughout his career. He created figure studies in a range of poses and costumes—discover his photographs at the !
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