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Luminous-Lint presents online exhibitions curated by collectors, galleries, museums and photographers. You will find it a comprehensive look at groups of photographs from all eras, regions and themes. Please look each week for new exhibitions, and email us at to tell us your ideas for an exhibition you would like to see or curate. 

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Most Popular Online Exhibitions This Month

1.August Sander: People of the 20th Century: Portraits of German Citizens 1910-1940
2.Tintypes (For subscribers)
3.John Wood: Endurance and Suffering - Narratives of Disease in the 19th Century
4.Colours: Blue (For subscribers)
5.Abstract: Lines - Diagonals from the lower left to the upper right (For subscribers)
6.The Second Empire through the Lens of A.A.E. Disdéri
7.19th Century Post-mortem photography and memento mori (For subscribers)
8.Henry Fox Talbot: The Pencil of Nature
9.Scientific: Movement (For subscribers)
10.Jerusalem (For subscribers)
11.Ghosts, apparitions, angels, spiritual visitations and views of the future
12.Dr. Hugh Welch Diamond: Patients at Surrey Asylum (ca. 1855) (For subscribers)
13.Abstract: Solarization (For subscribers)
14.Autochromes: Technique
15.Landscape: Cityscapes - A Pictorialist Perspective (For subscribers)
16.Thomas Annan: The Old Closes & Streets of Glasgow (1900)
17.Portrait: The Guinea Pig Club
18.Michael Rockefeller: In the Highlands of West Papua
19.Karl Blossfeldt‘s Original "Urformen der Kunst" / "Art Forms in Nature"
20.Andrej Glusgold: An Evolving Retrospective
21.T. Enami: A rediscovered Meiji master
22.Lauren Greenfield: Girl Culture
23.Erotica: Men (For subscribers)
24.Najaf Shokri: Iran Dokht
25.19th Century Photographic Studios: Marketing (For subscribers)
26.Auction Preview: Be-Hold 51 Part 1 (Feb 21, 2008)
27.Talbot: Fashion Photography in Paris 1910-1920
28.Jerry Uelsmann: Trees
29.Professor Albert Richards: X-rays of Flowers
30.Photomontage (For subscribers)
31.Erotica: Women (For subscribers)
32.Van Leo: An Armenian Photographer in Cairo
33.The Clarence H. White School of Photography
34.19th Century Photographic Studios: Backgrounds
35.Daguerreotypes: Occupationals
36.Samuel Bourne
37.Erotica: Artist studies / Académies (For subscribers)
38.American Pictorialism: Camera Work (1903-1917) (For subscribers)
39.Gardner's Photographic Sketch Book of the War (1866) (For subscribers)
40.Daguerreotypes - Exterior views (1839-1855) (For subscribers)
41.19th Century Photographic Studios: Interiors (For subscribers)
42.19th Century Opera Stars
43.Salvatore Piermarini: Portraits of photographers
44.Paintings and prints based on photographs or vice versa (For subscribers)
45.Scientific: 19th Century Archaeology (For subscribers)
46.Fabricated Cameras and Contemporary Pinhole Photography
47.Les Krims
48.Timothy O'Sullivan: Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (1871-1874)
50.Auction Preview: Be-Hold 51 Part 2 (March 13, 2008) (For subscribers)

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We welcome submissions to create online exhibitions of a photographer‘s works, a creative theme, a show at a gallery or a museum, or any number of other possiblities. Please email us at to discuss and I look forward to hearing your ideas.

Recently Added Online Exhibitions

Frederick Gutekunst: Scenery on the Pennsylvania Rail-Road (ca 1875) 
Samuel Bourne: India 
Early photographs of American Folk Art from the David A. Schorsch collection 
Structural Steel 
The Haj 
T. Enami 
Imogen Cunningham 
Eadweard Muybridge 
American Civil War (1861-1865: Robin Stanford Civil War Photography Collection 

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