The world of art is changing. Private collectors of photographic art are on the rise. The view of photographs as objects of art is firmly cemented in the world of art.
Famous photographs have become highly sought after, and they sell for extremely high prices in auction houses around the world. Truly, photographs are seen as being on par with other objects of art in terms of the value that they have. A famous photograph can sell for a similar price to a famous painting or other work of art.
This DVD shows the world of the private collector of photographic art. A few of the collections which are examined on this DVD are the Wilson and Ricketts collections of London, the Gilman collection of New York, the Getty Museum of Los Angeles, and the collection of Mr. Levy in Paris.
The Best or Nothing Video (DVD)
Run Time: 26 Minutes