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A worldwide exhibition of photographic medium, The Photography Show Presented by AIPAD returns to Pier 94 (711 12th Ave., NY, NY) with more studios, exhibitions, and panel discussions than you can shake a tripod at. Running April 5 - 8, the Photography Show (or AIPAD) features more than 100 of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries will present a range of museum-quality work including contemporary, modern, and 19th century photographs, photo-based art, video, and new media. Exhibiting galleries include UNIX Gallery, Flowers, De Soto Gallery, Jackson Fine Art, and MEM, along with book dealers, publishers, established older galleries and young up-and-comers.
AIPAD will also have a robust selection of panel discussions such as History/Her Stories: Photographs by Women, A Talk with Teju Cole, The Future of Photography, Curator and Artist talks, ALL POWER: Visual Legacies of the Black Panther Party, and many more.
To learn more, go to: https://www.aipadshow.com
The Photography Show Presented by AIPADApril 5 - 8, 2018
Pier 94711 12th Ave.New York, NY 10019
While you’re making your daily slog through the Metro North’s labyrinthine and somewhat functional trains and subways, this week you can at least have a small reprieve to the far off country of Japan. Japan Week returns to Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Station from March 14 - 17.
Organized by JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organization), Japan Week is a free event that is open to the public showcasing the latest in Japanese culture, food, and modern art. This year’s Japan Week features a 3D Trick Art installation, in which visitors can get their pictures taken in installations that use optical illusions to make it look like you’re carrying a sumo wrestler along Asakusa, perched on top a bowl of ramen, or carrying an Omikoshi shrine during a festival. Companies and vendors such as Itoen, Ootoya Japanese Restaurant, and Tokyo Otaku Mode will also have booths during the week.
To learn more, go to: https://www.japanweek.org/
Japan WeekMarch 14 - 17, 2018
Grand Central Station89 E 42nd St.New York, NY 10017
As sure as the sun rises and the traffic in midtown is a nightmare, the New York Auto Show returns to the Javits Center (655 W. 34th St.). Running March 30 to April 8, the Auto Show features a galaxy of cars from the conceptual to the practical, from the extravagant to the everyday.
The Auto Show features the usual cavalcade of brands such as BMW, Toyota, Rolls-Royce, Lotus, Porche, Subaru, and many many more. The massive Auto Show will also include a (ticketed) guided tour for those of you that want insider info from an “automotive expert.” Kids will have fun too, as along with the usual showing of cars from films and TV shows the Auto Show will be inviting young auto fans to participate in a car costume parade during this year’s opening ceremony as part of the Kids' Motorcade Parade on Saturday, March 31st.
To learn more, go to: https://www.autoshowny.com/
The New York International Auto ShowMarch 30 - April 8, 2018
Javits Center655 W. 34th St.New York, NY 10001
Dorothy said it best in The Wizard of Oz: "There’s no place like home…There’s no place like home!" That is, if you don’t know the Who, What. When, and Wheres of travel. And that’s why there’s the New York Times Travel Show, the largest and longest-running consumer travel show in North America -- now in its 15th year. Jet (private or commercial), cruise, and train to your heart’s content this weekend, January 27 and 28, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. This year's show, themed "Celebrating 15 Years of Uncommon Adventures,” presents an expansive showcase for travel enthusiasts come together to share the latest travel news and trends for this year and beyond. The Javits will host more than 560 exhibitors from around the world in the areas of hotels, resorts, spas, cruises, great train journeys, and airlines.
Whether you prefer the Old World or the new, black sand beaches of Hawaii’s Big Island, the fjords and waterfalls of Norway, the beauty of Brazil, the sophistication of Argentina, the romance of France, the splendors of Turkey, Bhutan, or the Himalayas, the twists and turns of the Rhine, Danube, Nile, or Mississippi, the Alaska Gold Rush train or the Orient Express, the ruins of fabled empires, the grandeur at the Taj Mahal, Thai temples and elephants, hiking the Great Wall, wild life safaris, tickets for the Kabuki or the Bolshoi, observe koalas or polar bears, you’ll receive help and learn of the latest in global travel trends. The Pavilion Stages will a huge variety of live performances.Exhibitors from Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, Greece, Israel, Latin America, Mexico, South Korea, Turkey, and, of course, the good old U.S. will offer brochures, videos, and tons of inscribed pens – in addition to giving advice and helping plan. Some will have games to play for valuable (maybe!) prizes. Oh, did I mention there’ll be family fun activities, a large travel bookstore, and maps, maps, maps and maps of maps?
The show provides educational seminars and live entertainment for families, individuals, couples, singles, seniors, and the spa and wellness traveler. It’s a spectacular celebration of domestic and international hot spots and under-the radar crowd-free escapes where you gain valuable travel insights from experts in the field in one-on-one conversations. You can book exclusive discounted deals to dream destination right at the show.Since you don’t like to travel on an empty stomach and you do travel to experience the world’s cuisines some nations will present food and wine tastings. At the Taste of World culinary stage, there’ll be cuisine tastings with top chefs and food personalities. There’ll also be a Kids Kitchen, with children of all ages can participate in fun food experiments while learning about nutritious eating and international dishes. "Travel is about discovery," says Claire Bennett, American Express Travel exec VP, "both of the world and of yourself. Today’s travelers look for engaging experiences; and it’s our goal, as founding sponsor of the Travel Show, to offer guidance. Whether you seek a luxury escape, family vacation, solo and senior travel, or an adventurous odyssey, American Express, as it has been since our founding, is here to serve and help you plan."Seminars on Saturday will include: Cooking with Zac Posen – the renowned fasion designer will present his new cookbook, Cooking with Zac: Recipes from Rustic to Refined; The New York Times’s wildly popular columnist Lucas Peterson, The Frugal Traveler; Bizarre Foods with Travel Channel’s Andrew Zimmers; Chef Angela Dimayuga with Cherry Bombe’s Claudia Wu; and, among a long list,
L.G.B.T.Q. Travel with Davey Wavey. On Sunday, join Travel Channel’s Samantha Brown and Pauline Frommer, editor of Frommer guidebooks; Travel with Joseph Rosenda, Emmy-winning journalist and PBS show host; and many others, including Vanessa Grail’s Don’t Be a Tourist in Paris : The Messy Nessy Chic Guide.American Express, the founding sponsor of The New York Times Travel Show, has participated since the show‘s inception. The show is the largest consumer and trade travel event in North America,
South African Tourism, supporter of the Travel Show since 2008, is a New York Times Travel Show gold sponsor. MSC Cruises and Visit Florida are silver sponsors.
To learn more, go to: http://nyttravelshow.com/
The New York Times Travel ShowJanuary 27 - 28, 2018
Jacob Javits Center655 W. 34th St.New York, NY 10001
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