New York Photo Review
Volume 3 Issue 11 March 28 to April 3, 2012

AIPAD Returns

The AIPAD Photography Show New York
Don Burmeister
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Julia Margeret Cameron. Source:
Julia Margeret Cameron, "Henry Wadsworth Longfellow" 1868

Need to stock up on some new Julia Margot Camerons, or buy a Weegee or two, or how about another Ansel Adams’ Halfdome? They, along with just about every other “name” photographer in the art-photography world will be back and looking for new homes this weekend, when this year’s AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers) returns to the Armory.

Although classic photographers predominate, you will find new contenders, and overlooked, overseas masters as well. Galleries from as far away as Beijing, South Africa, South America and Brooklyn will all be cheek by jowl, each with wall displays of their gems, and boxes and boxes of unexpected finds.

For serious collectors this is the premier event of the year in New York. For photographic flaneurs its an opportunity see who is rising and who can no longer be found among the galleries. And for the rest of us it is an unequaled opportunity to see an incredible range of photography, often as raw unframed prints, over the course of a long and intense weekend.

Muhammad Ali, Miami Beach by Flip Schulke. Source:
Flip Schulke, "Muhammad Ali, Miami Beach" 1961

The AIPAD Photography Show New York

Park Ave. Armory 643 Park Ave.
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212 616 3930

Thursday, March 29 to
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Hours: Thurs-Sat, 11 to 7; Sun, 11 to 6