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Today color photography is so pervasive that it is hard to b elieve there was a time when this was not the case. This exhibition and cat alogue explore the historical developments that led to color photography be coming the norm in popular culture and fine art.

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This project chart s—from magazine pages to gallery walls\, from advertisements to photojourna lism—the interconnected history of color photography in the United States f rom 1907 to 1981. Respectively\, these years mark the introduction of the f irst commercially available color photographic process and the published su rvey that signified the widespread acceptance of contemporary art photograp hy in color. In the intervening years\, color photography captured the popu lar imagination through its visibility in magazines such as Life and Vogue\, as well as through its accessibility on the marketplace tha nks to companies such as Kodak.

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With framed photographs\, as well a s publications\, slide shows\, and film clips\, Color Rush: 75 Years of Color Photography in America promises to be a multi-faceted and engagin g experience for general audiences and photography specialists alike.

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