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Ionescu discovered the missing pictures of Szathmari: "While visiting in 1993 the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House in Rochester, N.Y., I had the opportunity to study three Szathmari photographs dating from that period, which were completely unknown in Romania.
"60 from the 60s: Selections from George Eastman House" offers a look at photography of the era.
As curator of technology at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, Gustavson works to catalog and maintain the world's largest collections of photographic and cinematic equipment and so is in a prime position for creating this highly illustrated history.
For example, Andy Lock's ghostly projected and re-photographed image was the choice of Alison Nordstrom from George Eastman House, New York, who gave him a show there.
George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester is the world's largest collection of cameras and related artifacts.
Picturing Eden was organized by George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film who gratefully acknowledges organizational support from the Comer Foundation; Mondriaan Stichting Foundation, Amsterdam; and Creative New Zealand.
Most recently, Loughney was curator of the Motion Picture Department of George Eastman House Museum in Rochester, N.Y.
In addition to representing the holdings of the National Archives, iPA publishes and distributes branded wall art from the archives of LIFE magazine, National Geographic, The Associated Press, The George Eastman House Museum, The New York Historical Society and several other important photographers' estates.
James Enyeart was director of the George Eastman House: International Museum of Photography and Moving Images from 1989 to 1995, as well as founding director of the Anne and John Marion Center for Photographic Arts at the College of Santa Fe.
Organized by the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester, N.Y., the exhibition features the work of 50 individuals who covered numerous momentous events of the recent past: World War II, Vietnam, the Civil Rights Movement, the sectarian strife in Northern Ireland, political upheaval in the Middle East, and communism's impact in Europe and Latin America.
Dr Paolo Cherchi Usai, the respected writer, archivist and curator from the George Eastman House Film Archive in New York, who was appointed as Director of the archive in May and took up his position in September, recently announced a five point strategic direction for the institution.