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Five Faces of New York in the 1970s. Featuring what may be the most relentless and exciting car chase in cinema history, The French Connection is based on the true story of two New York cops, played by Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider . . .
Enjoy a preview of Brian Ulrich's exhibition, The Centurion, at this conversation between the artist and Lisa Hostetler, curator in charge, Department of Photography.
Whether you are an archivist at a large museum, a volunteer at a local historical society, or the family historian, it’s important to know the vintage and type of photographs in your collection.
Drawn largely from the Eastman Museum collection, this major retrospective of Alvin Langdon Coburn (1882–1966) assembles the best works from major international collections for the first time, allowing visitors to appreciate the full scope and import of this master photographer.
Coburn was a photographer associated with Pictorialism at the turn of the twentieth century who embraced Modernism around 1917. His career began when well-known photographer and distant relative Fred Holland Day (1864–1933), took him as a protégé, exposing him to art photography in Boston’s Beacon Hill.