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© Lori Nix “Subway,” 2012, one of Lori Nix’s photos of detailed miniature tableaux. It was included in a solo exhibition in Germany this spring and appears in her book, The City (Decode Books).

Great advice on: Managing Your Inventory of Limited-Edition Prints

By Holly Stuart Hughes The fine-art market is based on scarcity. Although a photograph can be reproduced endlessly, artists limit their editions, giving buyers a guarantee that they will release a finite number of prints at a given size. “The collectors have to believe there’s...
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Installation view, ‘The Photographic Object, 1970′ at Hauser & Wirth (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)

Stretching the Truth of Photography

by Amelia Rina Photography’s initial accomplishment was to allow for the instantaneous transformation of a four-dimensional object or event into a static, two-dimensional representation. However, in the catalogue for the 1970 exhibition Photography into Sculpture at the Museum of...
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Edward Hopper (1882–1967), Second Story Sunlight, 1960. Oil on canvas, 40 3/16 × 50 1/8in. (102.1 × 127.3 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Whitney Museum of American Art: Edward Hopper and Photography: now–Oct 19, 2014

By reducing all elements in his composition to their essential geometries and treating light as a palpable presence, Edward Hopper imbued his images of everyday life with what the American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson called an “alienated majesty.” One of two permanent...
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Kara Walker on Her Sweet Domino Installation

Benjamin Sutton, Thursday, May 8, 2014 The historic Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is about to be converted into a plush abode for yuppie gentrifiers. But before it gets hipsterized, it will serve as a lair for a different sort of beast, a giant sphinx sculpted...
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Image: James Welling, 0469, 2009. Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner, New York/London. Philip Johnson Glass House is a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

James Welling | Infinity Awards 2014 Recipient for Art: ICP

James Welling is an American artist based in Los Angeles whose diverse body of work has influenced a generation of artists and photographers. Making both representational and abstract images, Welling brings an experimental sensibility to photography. His work has been in numerous...
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14th century diagram of the brain (detail) (via Cambridge University Library)

Research Reveals Artists’ Brains May Be Structured Differently

by Allison Meier on April 17, 2014 Artists are often deemed “right-brained” thinkers, but new research suggests it may be the actual structure of the brain that lends creative talent. “Drawing on the right side of the brain: A voxel-based morphometry analysis of observational...
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Photographs, dating from the early 19th century to the current decade, will make a welcome return to Sotheby's in London when the company stages a 148-lot sale on 7 May 2014.

19th century photographs to make a comeback at Sotheby’s – The Economic Times

By Ashoke Nag KOLKATA: Photographs, dating from the early 19th century to the current decade, will make a welcome return to Sotheby’s in London when the company stages a 148-lot sale on 7 May 2014. Simone Klein, Sotheby’s head of photographs, Europe, commented in an...
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RYB 3, by Barbara Madsen

Negative Influence: Photogravure Showcase at SUNY Cortland’s Dowd – Ithaca Times : Arts & Entertainment

By Arthur Whitman Photogravure, a prominent medium in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, combines the techniques of film photography with those of intaglio printmaking. The method traditionally involves the transfer of a film positive to a gelatin tissue, which is applied to...
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Interior World: A New Exhibition at the MoMA | PDN Photo of the Day

April 11, 2014 Interior World: A New Exhibition at the MoMA “Laboratory of the Future,” 1935. © 2014 Man Ray Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris/Courtesy of the MoMA For photographers, the studio is a stage, a set, a playground, a laboratory and...
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Uta Barth Presented by 1301PE Gallery

10 Contemporary Photographers Who Are Pushing The Boundaries Of Their Medium

The Huffington Post  | by  Priscilla Frank Posted: 04/11/2014 8:56 am EDT Photography is everywhere, with diluted and dispersed forms of the art medium popping up at your family reunions, your museum visits and your attempts to brunch in peace. Yet regardless of the form’s...
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