Be-hold will hold an important auction of 19th and 20th-century photography on June 27th, including many important examples of news and documentary subjects. The auction and other details can be…Read More
By Alex Novak
Dorothy Norman was born in Philadelphia, PA on March 28, 1905. She was educated at Smith College, Northampton, MA and at the University of Pennsylvania. In…Read More
"She's good enough to be a real actress."
--Andy Warhol, n.d.
"Cindy Sherman's Film Stills are the best of my generation."
--Richard Prince, May 5, 2007 email
Almost 30 years after its completion, Cindy…Read More
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