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Henri Cartier-Bresson - Simiane-la-Rotonde, France, 1969 f
Top Lists, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

The art exhibitions of 2020 will be remarkably diverse, and we bring you the most exciting ones from the first six months that should find a place in your cultural calendar.

Ansel Adams - Moonrise Hernandez New Mexico
Photography, Exhibition Announcements   |   Balasz Takac

The current exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston connects Ansel Adams to his 19th century predecessors and contemporary artists alike.

The Family of Man Displayed at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg © CNA & Romain Girtgen
Photography, Art History   |   Andrey V.

We talk about The Family of Man, Edward Steichen's exhibition that withstood the test of time and became arguably the greatest photography show in history.

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Photography, Exhibition Announcements, Art History   |   Andrey V.

Created in order to shed new light on the old way of picture making, The Polaroid Project will unveil how prominent artists saw the medium of instant images.

Robert Capa, American soldiers landing on Omaha Beach, D-Day, Normandy, France, June 6, 1944
Photography, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Through historical and contemporary works by major photographers, Howard Greenberg Gallery will tackle the hot issues surrounding migration.

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Top Lists, Photography   |   Amy Lin

There's quite a few ways to achieve the effect of framing in photography and we have selected 10 most fascinating examples.

Philippe Halsman - Dali Atomicus, 1948, via photographyoffice.com
Photography   |   Angie Kordic

To obtain the perfect composition in photography and achieve an impactful shot, there are certain guidelines that an aspiring photographer should follow.

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Photography, Art History   |   Angie Kordic

The documentary vision of the f64 group of photographers was marked by the great depth of field and exalting detail of their landscapes, nudes, still lifes