Musings On Photography

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Intrigue in the World of Photography: The Case of the Fake Man Rays

Intrigue in the World of Photography: The Case of the Fake Man Rays

To continue sort of fluidly from my last article about the fake Lewis Hines, this issue will look at another incredibly famous figure from the History of Photography (yes, it does require capitalisation today) whose photographs were forged and sold. His name is Man Ray. […]

Auction Talk: London Photo Sales Continued

Auction Talk: London Photo Sales Continued

So as I was looking at the auction results and calculating average prices and whatnot I got a bit carried away and realised that I’d already written TOO MUCH. So splitting it up into multiple issues seemed like the best way to proceed. Already published […]

Auction Talk: London Photo Sales 2019

Auction Talk: London Photo Sales 2019

Well, I started typing this out and realised that I had waaaaaaay too much to talk about so I’m splitting this issue into probably 3 or 4 issues, all about the London May 2019 Photo sales (I don’t think you’ll see this in the same […]

Photo History: In The Beginning, There Was Diane Arbus…

Photo History: In The Beginning, There Was Diane Arbus…

Last week I made a rare London excursion to visit a dear friend and view an exhibition together, which is our thing. More often than not it’s photography but we have been known to expand our minds with art, too, although it’s infrequent and we […]