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  1. 18 Nov
    Wed / 2015
    Although it might come as a surprise to those who know Roman Vishniac as an important documentary photographer, he is every bit as famous a pioneer in an entirely different field: scientific photography.

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  2. 14 Oct
    Wed / 2015
    Roman Vishniac was one of the best-known photographers of life in Eastern Europe in the years before the Holocaust changed it irrevocably. Through publications, such as his famous 1983 book A Vanished World, his photographs profoundly influenced contemporary notions of that world and way of life

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  3. 27 Jan
    Tue / 2015
    Daguerreotype may have evolved to digital, and silver prints to selfies, but ever since the invention of photography, one thing remains the same: Photographs are fascinating.

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  4. 01 Aug
    Fri / 2014
    Like medical students completing their residencies in a hospital, graduate conservation students are required to gain practical experience during their final year of training. My most recent project is a gelatin-silver photograph by American artist Walker Evans, who is best known for his images of the Great Depression.

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  5. 17 May
    Thu / 2012
    When we sat down with Anne Tucker, MFAH curator of photography, to discuss the news of Eastman Kodak Co. filing for bankruptcy, our conversation evolved from the history of a company to how Kodak forever changed the way artists and historians viewed the world. . . .

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