The English publishing house Archives of Modern Conflict, which uses the eponymous London archives (4 million images by famous and unknown photographers), specializes in archival photographs. With the internet, the vernacular photograph has never been more pored over and pulverized, and some curators, publishers and gallery spaces have made it the center of their relationship to the image.
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