This winter, New York MoMA embarked on the publication of its photography collection acquired since its founding in 1929. To open the three-volume series which will explore the history of this medium, the museum chose to print a wide selection of photographs dating from the early 1960s through today. The intention is clear: to attract the public by kicking off with images that are perhaps the most familiar and drawing attention to the popularization of color photography and the latest practices.
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