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Interview with Deborah Bell, Head of The Photographs Department at Christie's

In July 2011, Deborah Bell was appointed Head of the Photographs Department at Christie's.  Prior to this, Ms. Bell was the founder of The Deborah Bell Gallery, famous for its selection of 19th and 20th Century photographs as well as contemporary works by artists such as Louis Faurer, Diane Arbus, William Eggleston, Lisette Model and Garry Winogrand. Earlier in her career, Ms. Bell worked at the Marlborough Gallery where she represented Irving Penn and Bill Brandt, and was also a professor of History of Photography at the School of Visual Arts. Deborah Bell was kind enough to speak with me about collecting photography.
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February Wrap-up

This past month has brought incredible opportunities to get up close to some amazing photography.  Steven Kasher Gallery hosted a splendid twin exhibition of Weegee and Vivian Maier photographs.  This past week, the gallery treated...
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