The DAI houses more than 10,000 photographic objects and also serves as the largest repository of photographs by Dayton pictorialist Jane Reece. With examples of various photographic processes, nineteenth-century travel photography and American modernists, the museum continues to grow its collection to present the media’s full range of possibilities. Due to the light-sensitive nature of the medium, only a small portion of the collection is on view at any given time. Photographs and other works on paper are featured in the James M. Cox Gallery (Gallery 118). Visit our exhibitions page for more information about photography currently on view.