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. […]

Photo History: Stanislaw Witkiewicz

Photo History: Stanislaw Witkiewicz

This is a little tardy compared to the swiftness with which I uploaded the other issues, but this piece sold really well at a photo auction in May and I wanted to talk a bit about the photographer because I didn’t know much about him. […]

Photobook Talk: Pictures From the Surface of the Earth

Photobook Talk: Pictures From the Surface of the Earth

I bought Pictures From the Surface of the Earth following last year’s May Photo auctions. I was completely bowled over by this one print and when I was researching it I discovered that it had been published in a book. It’s nice to have photobooks […]