Robert Tat Gallery presents a tribute to the photographic salons of the 20th century. Before the 1970s, photography was rarely shown in galleries or collected by museums. The main means for photographers to exhibit their work was the Photographic Salon. Camera clubs worldwide sponsored these annual exhibitions, and invited members of other clubs to submit works for consideration and to be entered in the judging competition. The salons played an important role in building the art.
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