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Stories with subject: Art photography
  • 12-week Welty arts festival set for Jackson in '15 
    Updated: Apr-10-14 4:08 pm
  • JACKSON, Mississippi - An arts festival in Mississippi's capital city next year will celebrate the late Eudora Welty's legacy as a writer and photographer.

  • Stephanopoulos donates 128 photos to museum 
    Updated: Apr-10-14 10:43 am
  • GLENS FALLS, New York - ABC morning show anchor George Stephanopoulos (stehf-uh-NAHP'-uh-luhs) has donated nearly 130 photographs by more than a dozen significant photographers to an upstate New York museum.

  • 2 Paris exhibits shed light on First World War 
    Updated: Apr-10-14 10:19 am
  • PARIS - Irish photographer Mike Sheil says he knew nothing about military history before he began taking photos of World War I battlefields.

  • 2 Paris exhibits shed light on First World War 
    Updated: Apr-10-14 2:44 am
  • PARIS - Irish photographer Mike Sheil says he knew nothing about military history before he began taking photos of World War I battlefields.

  • Pittsburgh exhibit features Negro League pictures 
    Updated: Mar-23-14 9:46 am
  • PITTSBURGH - A new exhibit at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art shows the vibrant world of Negro League baseball through the eyes of legendary black photographer Teenie Harris.

  • Bill Cunningham's 'Facade' photos at NYC museum 
    Updated: Mar-19-14 2:23 pm
  • NEW YORK - Bill Cunningham is a familiar presence on the social and fashion pages of The New York Times, and the streets of New York City, riding a bicycle with a small camera bag strapped to his waist.

  • Bill Cunningham's 'Facade' photos at NYC museum 
    Updated: Mar-19-14 10:02 am
  • NEW YORK - Bill Cunningham is a familiar presence on the social and fashion pages of The New York Times, and the streets of New York City, riding a bicycle with a small camera bag strapped to his waist.

  • 'Best of best' of Ansel Adams' photos on display 
    Updated: Mar-17-14 3:21 pm
  • LOS ANGELES - During the last years of his life, Ansel Adams pored over the tens of thousands of negatives he'd carefully stored since his teens, setting aside 70 he determined would stand as his greatest works of art.