AIPAD Photography Show Sneak Peak

NEW YORK—The 30th edition of the Photography Show, the annual fair of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), runs from March 18 to 21 this year, with 70 dealers filling New York’s Park Avenue Armory with photographs, video, and new-media works. Those wanting a sneak peak of everything that what will be on offer can purchase tickets to attend a March 17 gala preview that will benefit the Museum of Modern Art’s John Szarkowski Fund, which finances the purchase of photography in honor of the curator that helped solidify photography’s status as a museum-worthy art form. But for those seeking an even earlier preview, Art+Auction, following the overview of the fair it published in its March issue, presents this selection of additional photographs to look out for at the show.

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 Frank Gohlke,  Grain elevator under repair , Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974. Gelatin silver print. 
At the booth of Howard Greenberg Gallery

Frank Gohlke, Grain elevator under repair, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974. Gelatin silver print.
At the booth of Howard Greenberg Gallery

 Kenneth Josephson,  Wisconsin , 1965. Vintage gelatin silver print, 4 5/8 x 6 5/8 in. 
At the booth of Gitterman Gallery.

Kenneth Josephson, Wisconsin, 1965. Vintage gelatin silver print, 4 5/8 x 6 5/8 in.
At the booth of Gitterman Gallery.

 Brian Ulrich,  Powerhouse Gym , 2008. Chromogenic print. 
At the booth of Robert Koch Gallery.

Brian Ulrich, Powerhouse Gym, 2008. Chromogenic print.
At the booth of Robert Koch Gallery.

 Dan Weiner,  A fashion show on board the New York , New Haven, and Hartford Railroad’s Show Train, 1949. Gelatin silver print. 
At the booth of Howard Greenberg Gallery

Dan Weiner, A fashion show on board the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad’s Show Train, 1949. Gelatin silver print.
At the booth of Howard Greenberg Gallery

 Barbara Crane,   Multiple Human Forms , 1969. Gelatin silver photograph, 1969 print. 
At the booth of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

Barbara Crane, Multiple Human Forms, 1969. Gelatin silver photograph, 1969 print.
At the booth of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

 Paul D’Amato, “Boy by Pool, Chicago,” 2005. Archival inkjet photograph on 
Hahnemuhle paper. 
At the booth of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

Paul D’Amato, “Boy by Pool, Chicago,” 2005. Archival inkjet photograph on
Hahnemuhle paper.
At the booth of Stephen Daiter Gallery.

Eli Consilvio