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The Museum Interface: facilitating meaningful interactions with art that might occur in the gallery, via Web-based applications or in new hybrid spaces that merge the real and the virtual

by Sarah Hromack, Rob Giampietro for Art in America It’s no longer a question of whether art institutions should have a virtual presence. Rather, the onus is being placed on designers to facilitate meaningful interactions with art that might occur in the gallery, via...
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‘Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection’ opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

NEW YORK, NY.- Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art will be the most important exhibition of the essential Cubists—Georges Braque French, 1882–1963, Juan Gris Spanish, 1887–1927, Fernand Léger French, 1881–1955, and Pablo Picasso Spanish,...
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An employee poses with Henri Matisse's artworks at the Tate Modern gallery in London in this April 14, 2014 file photo. Credit: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files

MOMA hails Henri Matisse with ‘Cut-Outs’ exhibition | Reuters

By Patricia Reaney Reuters – Blue figures swim around walls, dancers prance in a circle and flowers sprout on a huge canvas in an exhibition of the cut-out works of French artist Henri Matisse that opens next week. The show, “Henri Matisse: the Cut-Outs,” which...
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Man Ray. Laboratory of the Future. 1935. Gelatin silver print, 9 1/16 x 7

MoMA | A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio

February 8–November 2, 2014 The Edward Steichen Photography Galleries, third floor A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio examines the ways in which photographers and other artists using photography have worked and experimented within their studios, from...
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Tom Murphy, San Francisco, 1948 gelatin silver print The Minor White Archive, Princeton University Art Museum

Minor White, Who Lived A Life In Photographs, Saw Images As Mirrors : NPR

by Susan Stamberg When we point smartphones at our kids or smile for a selfie, we’re not necessarily thinking of photography as an art form. But in the early days of the medium, when big cameras and flashbulbs were lugged around and propped on tripods, art was often the...
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Sylvie Blum, Venus Project: 1996-2001, 237 unique chromogenic Polaroid prints, $20,000-30,000. Photo: Christie's Images Ltd. 2014.

Christie’s New York photography sales celebrate exceptional collections this fall season

NEW YORK, NY.- On September 29th Christie’s will present three distinct photograph auctions in New York, including the diverse ‘Photographs’ sale, and two private collection sales: ‘Photographs from the Forbes Collection’ and ‘Triple XXX: Photographs from the Collection of Don...
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Portraits by Amy Elkins

Beautiful Portraits Of Male Dancers Challenge Dominant Ideas Of Masculinity

The Huffington Post  | By Katherine Brooks “Masculinity as a socially constructed identity is not a stable entity, but one made up of conflictual and contradictory aspects.” Those are the words of Ramsay Burt, author of The Male Dancer, and they are part of the inspiration...
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© Nazraeli Press/photos by Todd Hido Cards from B-Sides Box Set by Todd Hido, which was presented in a Lucite case and sold in an edition of 500 numbered copies for only $30.

How Nazraeli Press, Known for Producing Beautiful Photo Books, Determines Book Prices and Print Runs

Interview by Kris Wilton Interview by Kris Wilton Nazraeli Press is known for producing beautiful photo books by Todd Hido, Michael Kenna, Jamey Stillings and other photographers, and for pioneering sales of limited-edition books. In PDN’s article “The Costly Business of Photo...
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Cover of “Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene” by 2013 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography winner Gerard H. Gaskin. Published by Duke University Press, 2013.

Upcoming Grant Deadlines for Emerging Photographers, Photojournalists and First Photo Books

Three major photography grants have rapidly approaching deadlines in early September: burn magazine’s Emerging Photographer Fund; the First Book Prize in Photography, offered by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the Honickman Foundation in Philadelphia;...
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Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks transfer ideas from paper to screen

Stationery brand Moleskine has created a series of notebooks for use with a Livescribe smartpen to turn notes written on the pages into digital files + slideshow. The Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks are designed to work with the Livescribe 3 smartpen, which connects to iOS devices...
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