More Haiti, More Weber, Vintage Photos: Daily Photo Feed 12/2

Posted by David Ozanich — 2 Dec 2010


  • Lots of Haiti-related photo news today. The Awl published a photo essay by Stephen Kosloff documenting the cholera epidemic and the elections in Haiti. Above, the northern coast of Haiti, near St. Louis du Nord.

  • The Wall Street Journal reports on the scene down in Miami, saying that collectors are snapping up items quickly. I hope I find a Bruce Weber underneath my tree this December 25th:

    Bruce Weber's photographs were disappearing quickly at Cheim & Read, where a sales associate, Daniel Lechner, said many collectors told him they were purchasing the $7,000-a-pop pictures as Christmas presents.
  • Looking to stuff some stockings for a little less than 7K? Try National Geographic's vintage photo archive.
  • Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee wants to sell its stake in the Stieglitz art collection donated to them by Alfred Stieglitz's wife, Georgia O'Keefe half-a-century ago. The courts aren't being very helpful, though, and now Fisk is planning an appeal.

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