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Yan Morvan : –Gangs Story

Yan Morvan is a great photographer. The only problem is that’s he’s unbearable. But behind his endless outrages and provocations lies an unusually cultured man, a genuine tenderness, and the…

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Dennis Hopper–The Lost Album

The collection of four hundred vintage prints from the 1960s — taken by Dennis Hopper and recently rediscovered — documents the social, political, and creative highlights from a tumultuous era.…

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Mary Ellen Mark: Prom, the American ritual

Senior prom is a near mandatory ritual for American teenagers. Prom, the latest work by the photographer Mary Ellen Mark, celebrates this event, long associated with losing one’s virginity. From…

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Martin Parr –Tourism Inc

For 20 years, Reporters Without Borders has been fighting for freedom of the press. They regularly publish fundraising photo albums devoted to selected photographers, with sales profits going to financing…

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Jonathan Becker Talks to Elizabeth Avedon

Photographer Jonathan Becker celebrates the publication of his new book, “30 Years At Vanity Fair,” (Assouline, 2012) three decades after his portraits first appeared in the prototype for the magazine's…

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Edward S. Curtis, Native Americans

The early 20th century witnessed the epilogue of one of the greatest genocides in human history. In the first decade, the so-called American Indians were dying in the reserves…

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Pascal Maitre –Amazing Africa

The work Incroyable Afrique presents a selection of color photographs by Pascal Maitre taken in 25 different African countries over the course of thirty years. 
“In anthropology, we call this…

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