Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery

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The Most Important Photograph Ever Made!

Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery

August 9 - 30, 2014

PDNB Gallery will exhibit what we believe is the MOST IMPORTANT photograph ever made. This photograph was found several years ago by PDNB Gallery Director, Burt Finger. Since he discovered the print, PDNB gallery has been investigating at length, traveling all over the world to museums and private collections to pinpoint the relevant historic value in the history of photography. Through painstaking research PDNB Gallery has found that there is no other photograph that exists of its kind. Recently Mr. Finger was offered $1,000,000 for the photograph but did not accept the offer. He stated, “It is not for sale, the photograph is priceless!” Because this photograph is rare and cannot be presented in normal gallery lighting, the work of art will be presented inside a curtained area. It cannot be photographed, so there are no press images available. - the press release



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New York City

The artists selected for this show have mostly lived in New York City all their lives and captured the energy and emotion reflected in the city […]

Revisiting Latin America

This exhibition will include many Latin American artists exhibited at PDNB who have established themselves as significant artists in the U.S. and their own countries.

Paul Greenberg: Gallery talk

The talk will focus on Dallas based photographer Chris Regas, his works and influence in the Dallas photographic scene.

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PDNB Gallery presents an exhibition of photographs by Dallas photographer, Chris Regas. This will be a retrospective of his long and productive career spanning over […]

3rd Sunday Photography Show Reunion

Join PDNB in celebrating this group of photographers that worked in Dallas during the 1970′s. Every 3rd Sunday a young, creative and influential group of Dallas […]

William Eggleston: His Circle and Beyond

William Eggleston was a significant artist in the evolution of color photography, using it to amplify the vivid details of his seemingly ordinary environment.

Fun Show II

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Group Show

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Scene of the Crime II

PDNB Gallery presents its second exhibition of crime scene photographs. Photographs of Mob characters, including Albert Anastasia, will be featured as well as actual crime scenes […]

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Clothesline: Photographs By John Albok

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Burt Finger: Pictures of Me

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