Photography News, October 2017

A brief round up of the most important photography news items this month:

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Upcoming November Auctions

Along with 6 previously scheduled photography auctions, there have been some additional auctions announced for November, these include Sotheby’s Important Collection Europeenne de Photographies, joining an already scheduled photography auction on the 10th November in Paris, and Exceptional Exposures: Photojournalism Online, which will take place online over two weeks starting on the 17th November. 

Phillips Odyssey of Collecting Auction

Phillips’ Odyssey of Collecting auction takes place this coming week (3rd October 2017) in New York. This, the second half of their Odyssey of Collecting auction will include 229 lots by the biggest names in photography: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Brassai, Robert Frank, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Eugene Atget, Cecil Beaton, Ansel Adams, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Paul Strand, William Henry…

Phillips Photographs Auction

This week sees two photography auctions from Phillips New York, the first (due 3rd October 2017) involves prints from a range of internationally lauded photographers including Peter Beard, William Eggleston, Robert Frank, Robert Mapplethorpe, Man Ray, Irving Penn, Candida Hofer and Ray Metzker. Estimates start at $2,000 and reach $350,000. Browse through the vast selection…

Photography News July/August 2017

Nikon Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of its Founding: nikon.com Nicéphore Niépce Museum Looking For A New Directeur: loeildelaphotographie.com Art Gallery of Ontario Aquires 522 Diane Arbus Photographs: artnews.com

Photography News June/July 2016

Street style photographer Bill Cunningham dies aged 87: BBC World’s longest running Photography studio shuts down: Peta Pixel International Centre of Photography opens in new museum space: ICP  

Photography News June 2016

The Google Cultural Institute has invented a new camera for Museums: artinfo.com Trevor Paglen wins the 2016 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize: artnews.com NPR Photojournalist David Gilkey killed in Afghanistan: npr.org Above image by David Gilkey