Some Picks and Highlights from AIPAD 2014, Fine Art Photography Show in New York
As The Association of International Photography Art Dealers makes its annual stop in New York, I noticed a few trends while strolling with my friend and artist Jim Bergesen.
One seems to be more abstract work or photographs that bend the notion of photography.
For example, at Yossi Milo’s booth was all non-narrative work (see below). In addition, there was more video and new media here too–more than I remember, certainly. And while there are still strong representation by modern masters (several Steichen’s were around; a great Charles Marville was presented too), the vintage work seems to be waning. Contemporary work seems to be very strongly represented at the fair, with some new and less familiar photographers getting their turn.
Below are a few of my favorites from the show.
Marco Breuer, Yossi Milo Gallery
Tom Butler (Detail), Gallery Fifty One
Tom Butler, Gallery Fifty One
Elinor Carucci, Edwynn Houk Gallery
This Elinor Carucci was a stand out piece for me.
Stan Douglas, David Zwirner Gallery
Edward Steichen, Hans P. Kraus, Jr.
A simple, beautiful photograph.
Mona Kuhn, Jackson Fine Art
Sorry for the poor quality and reflection, but I like this image very much.
Sharon Core, Yancey Richardson Gallery
Sharon Core’s piece at Yancey Richardson’s booth is classic and pristine.
Santeri Tuori at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery.
Mike Smith, Lee Marks Gallery
Bjorn Abelin, Grundemark Nilsson Gallery
This work is unique; no editions.
Whitney Hubbs, M+B
Olaf Otto Becker, Galerie f5,6
Eduard Steichen, Robert Klein Gallery
Alec Soth, Weinstein Gallery
Simone Lueck, Kopeikin Gallery
Bryan Schutmaat, Sasha Wolf Gallery
Adam Katseff, Sasha Wolf Gallery
Charles Sheeler, Bruce Silverstein Gallery
Angela Strassheim, Andrea Meislin Gallery
Matthew Monteith, Andrea Meislin Gallery
A fellow Yale graduate, I liked this piece by Matthew.
August Sander, Feroz Gallery
Jory Hull, Feroz Gallery
Interesting work by American photographer who randomly pieces two images together seamlessly.
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