The Most Expensive Photographs Sold At Auction reach over $4 million with prints from Andreas Gursky, Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, Edward Steichen, Gilbert & George and Jeff Wall.
There are 47 photographic lots available including the first selfie in space (taken by Buzz Aldrin) during the Gemini 4 mission.
Cindy Sherman has posted 600 photographs from her work to instagram: instagram.com MoMA are selling 400 Photographs from their collection through Christie’s New York: loeildelaphotographie.com Swedish organisation Fotografiska is set to open London Museum of Photography this autumn: bjp-online.com
Today (20th July 2017) Sotheby’s New York is holding it’s first Space Exploration-themed auction, with 35 photography lots available, including Astronauts portraits, lunar landscapes and signed photographs from the Apollo program with estimates ranging from $1,000 to $125,000. Drawings, manuscripts, memorabilia and other lots are available. For more information about this auction, to register to…
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