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Working the Line: An Exhibit at Harvard Art Museums

If you enjoyed the recent National Public Radio series Borderland: Dispatches from the U.S.-Mexico Boundary, you might be interested in the work of Arizona-based photographer David Taylor currently on view at Harvard University’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies.

The exhibition, which I initiated when I worked as a curator at the Harvard Art Museums, presents Taylor’s two-part project Working the Line.… Read More

Meet the Experts: Michelle Lamunière, Photography Specialist

Expert appraisers work together at Skinner auction house to find, appraise, and research rare, beautiful, and historically important items. In this blog series, we will meet some of these experts and learn the stories behind their success.

How did you first become interested in photography?

My father was an art director and graphic designer so visual imagery was all around me growing up. I’ve always been interested in photography because of the way it straddles art and real life.… Read More

Michelle Lamunière Appointed as Photography Specialist

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – August 13, 2013 – Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers announces the appointment of Michelle Lamunière to its American & European Works of Art department as a photography specialist. In her new role, Lamunière will be charged for the continued growth of the photography division of American & European Works of Art.

Lamunière comes to Skinner from Harvard, where she served as the John R. and Barbara Robinson Family Assistant Curator of Photography at the Fogg Museum/Harvard Art Museums, and was responsible for the research, cataloging, and preservation of the permanent collection and new acquisitions.… Read More