Fine Art at The Photography Show

The Photography Show presented by AIPAD in New York that ended yesterday was a visual feast of creative works from some of the finest photographers worldwide. The Show was held at Center415 in midtown with 49 galleries from 9 countries and 23 cities, all members of the prestigious Association of Photography and Art Dealers known as AIPAD – leaders in fine art photography. There was a rich array of museum quality works on display that would be at home in any art collection. The diversity of subject matters and photographers represented were additional treats as they added to the various creative interpretations before the lens. From timeless masters such as Sabine Weiss and Gordon Parks to more contemporary works from Nataya Nova and Anna Boyiazis, these artists inspire and inform one frozen moment at a time.

Featured image: Regis and Kahran Bethencourt’s photography.

Design and Style report image, The Photography Show 2022 showing photo of woman laying on stairs with feet in air by Patty Carroll
Patty Carroll: Staired Down, 2020. Archival pigment ink print, Catherine Couturier Gallery, Houston.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show 2022 photo of palm frond
David Alekhuogie: Avalon and 116th Street, Mom’s garden, 2021. Archival pigment print on canvas. Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of nude model with shadow stripes
Lucien Clergue: Nu Zebre, New York, 1997. Gelatin silver print. Throckmorton Fine Art Inc., New York.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of man with beard
Ervin A. Johnson: Jessica, 2019. Photographic mixed media. Arnika Dawkins Gallery, Atlanta
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of women floating in water with large bottles
Anna Boyiazis, Kijini Primary School students learn to float, swim and perform rescues in the Indian Ocean off of Muyuni, Zanzibar, 2016. Archival pigment print. Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of bridge in Central Park
Michael Massaia: Bow Bridge, Looking North, Predawn, Central Park, New York City, 2019. Printed 2022 by the artist. Selenium/Iron/Sepia toned and re-developed gelatin silver contact print. Obscura Gallery, Santa Fe.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of sign with woman's eye
Anastasia Samoylova: Beauty Salon, 2022. Archival pigment print, Laurence Miller Gallery, New York.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of girl standing in printed dress
Saïdou Dicko: The moon princess, TMK-NID-ABEILLES, 2022. Hand-painted archival pigment print; digital collage without retouching. Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of man with hand on fence
Matt Black: Allensworth, California, 2014. Fence post, 2014. Pigment ink print. Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of man running in the distance
Sabine Weiss: L’homme qui court, Paris, 1953. Gelatin silver print. Pater Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of old curved staircase
Michael Eastman: Deco Stairway, Havana, 2014. Chromogenic dye coupler print. Robert Klein Gallery, Boston.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of baby sleeping on the ground
Larry Towell: Kent County, Ontario, Canada, 1996. Gelatin silver print. Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of woman and girl looking in store window
Gordon Parks: Untitled, Mobile, Alabama, 1956. Archival pigment print. Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo house and fence
Dawoud Bey: Open Window, 2019. Gelatin silver photograph on mount. Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago.
Design and Style report image, The Photography Show photo of woman in silk dress walking towards motorcycle
Ann Rhoney: Silk Dress Coming, 1982. Gelatin silver print with applied oil. Galeria Vasari/Nailya Alexander Gallery, Buenos Aires.

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