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A famous painting, from a mass-produced photo, is an object lesson in the cultural distance between artist and subject.
Of all the consumer applications for artificial intelligence, proponents have focused their efforts on photography first. Results: mixed.
An abandoned darkroom reveals 200 glass plate negatives of a lost era.
The world’s largest photographic commission was the work of an economist.
30,000 photographs recovered from a NYPD basement document the shadowlands of New York crime.
Rich Vogel isn’t a photographer, but he may be responsible for the finest piece of photojournalism, ever.
An archive search reveals a missing chapter of British visual history.
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