Deborah Bell Photographs presents an exhibition of vintage photographs from the collection of Paul Sack. An eclectic and expansive collector, Sack delved widely and deeply into the history of photography — from early 19th-century salt prints to contemporary work. Since 1987, when he purchased his first photograph, he has acquired thousands more. Highlights on view from the collection include vintage prints by photographers including Eugène Atget, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Emmet Gowin, Ken Josephson, Daido Moriyama, Mark Ruwedel, August Sander, Frederick Sommer, and Joel-Peter Witkin. In 2000, with his wife Prentice Sack, he made a large gift […]
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