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Dora Maar Touring Exhibition Opens at Centre Pompidou

“Who is Dora Maar?” That's the question a traveling exhibition seeks to answer. The exhibition, organized in partnership between Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern and the J. Paul Getty Museum, aims…

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Featured Exhibit

Geza Vandor: Hungarian in Paris

By Alex Novak

Geza Vandor was born on May 12, 1898 in Budapest, Hungary. He registered at technical school (Magyar Iparmüvészeti Föiskola) in 1914.

By 1920 Vandor had begun working in…

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Collecting Resources

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY: TRUTH & THE BURDEN OF REALITY

There has been a tremendous amount of discussion in the popular press lately about photography's relationship with reality.   The recent discovery that a Lebanese freelance photographer with more than a decade…

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