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Renamed Paris Vintage Table-top Fair, "Photos Discovery", Is Another Success

Last year saw the inauguration of the Photo Paris Vintage Fair, a table-top fair with 62 dealers, organized by Bruno Tartarin and held at Pavillon Wagram. It was a great…

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Featured Exhibit

Louis De Clercq: 19th-Century Traveler and Calotypist

By Alex Novak

Louis-Constantine-Henri-Francois Xavier De Clercq was born on Christmas Day in 1836. Doubly blessed with the support of a wealthy French family, De Clercq early on fell in…

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Collecting Resources

The Insider's Guide to Selling Photographs

Besides historical and aesthetic considerations, most photography collectors ultimately will face the real economic issue of both buying and selling images.

Few of us merely inherit a collection and then pass…

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