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Hope for Changes in Instagram's Heavy-Handed Censorship

As most photographers and photo dealers/gallerists and even museums have found, the most intolerant of all media is so-called "social media". Facebook with its monopoly of other social media,…

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Featured Exhibit

Arthur Tress: Dreams, Visions and Voyages

By Alex Novak

Arthur Tress was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY on November 24, 1940. He took his first photographs while still in elementary school in 1952.

He attended Bard…

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Collecting Resources

Selection of Good Restaurants in London

Remember to add 011-44 when calling from the U.S. to the phone numbers below.  Prices in London tend to be very high.  Think New York City

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