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The Life and Work of Sid Grossman
Jim Fitts reviews a new book on the life and work of Sid Grossman.

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Roger Farrington: Celebrity in Boston
Jason Landry and I have been talking about exhibiting Roger’s celebrity photos for the last several years.

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Chinook: The Ice Eater
Matthew Hamon’s color photos from his ongoing series Chinook: The Ice Eater.

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The Golden Decade
Photography at the California School of Fine Arts, 1945-1955.

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The Last Road North – Ben Huff
Ben Huff’s series The Last Road North about Alaska’s Dalton Highway.

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Lost Downtown – Peter Hujar
Peter Hujar’s book of portraits of his Lower East Side celebrity friends is a soft-spoken, unpretentious gem.

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Here There Are Men – Patrick Wack
Patrick Wack’s environmental color portraits portray a wide variety of Chinese citizens.

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Joshua Going
Photos from Joshua Going’s series of nudes in nature.

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John Brook
A brilliant Boston commercial and fine arts photographer has passed away at the age of 92.

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Dozen Failures – John Gossage
How do judge success from failure? Can our photographs be both? John Gossage addresses the issue in his new book.

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Cuba Black and White
In 1999, a 25-year-old female photographer began an eight-year journey through Cuba with a Leica and a desire to photograph the people of Cuba from a perspective that was almost unknown at the time.

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Living on the Edge – Peter Dobis
Peter Dobis’s black and white photos are some of the toughest, grittiest photos I have seen in some time.

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