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The Family Acid: Joan Didion in Berkeley, 1972
Running April 14 - 17, 2016, at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Ave, New York, NY), The Photography Show Presented by AIPAD is comprised of over 80 exhibitors from around the world, presenting a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs as well as photo-based art, video, and new media.
The show provides a yearly survey and offers the opportunity to see an overview in what is being shown in galleries or exhibiting instutions worldwide. It also offers collectors a chance to acquire work which might not otherwise be available.
Along with exhibitors are a series of panel discussions held by experts from the world of photography.
One of the top events in NYC for photography old and new, The Photography Show Presented by Aipad is a great event for a spring weekend.
To learn more, go to: http://www.aipad.com/
The Photography Show Presented by AipadApril 14 -17, 2016
Park Avenue Armory643 Park Ave.New York, NY 10065
Kicking off Armory Week 2016, MOMA launched its preview of the upcoming Armory Art Fair at Pier 92 and 94 on March 2nd. Visitiors were treated to sublime views of the Hudson River, while taking in works from the Tate in London and New York's Paul Kasmin Gallery. The VIP lounge was a veritable who’s who of the art world and among the many notable attendees were gallerist Robert Peter Miller, designer Vivienne Tam, and actor James Marsden.
But what would an art fair be without the art? Here are some shots taken on the show floor:
All photos by Brana Dane.
To learn more, go to: https://www.thearmoryshow.com/
The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) are presenting the IFPDA Print Fair from November 4 to 8 at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Ave, New York, NY). Over eighty art dealers and contemporary publishers will be presenting a wide array of prints and art events for those of you looking to decorate your home or to take in a little art and culture.
Prints will be available from a range of artists, including:
The Print Fair also has a number of panels and art events to take part in along with guides and information for first time collectors that want to enter the world of art collecting.
From the press release:
“In his first performance in New York City in nearly 30 years, 80's star appropriation artist Mike Bidlo will reenact Piero Manzoni's 1961-62 performances, Carta d'autenticità, at the stand of World House Editions on the Fair's Opening Night. Bidlo will sign various random individuals and declare them "Sculture viventi" or "Living Sculptures" and will issue those individuals signed certificates of authenticity, appropriated from the original Manzoni certificates and receipt booklet.”
The IFPDA is a nonprofit organization of expert art dealers who foster a greater appreciation of fine prints through exhibitions, programs, print fairs, and the IFPDA Book Award. The Print Fair running since 1991.
To learn more, go to: http://www.ifpda.org/content/print-fair
IFPDA Print FairNovember 4 - 8, 2015
In 1940 a newspaper published a comic strip unlike anything before. Dripping with noir atmosphere, bizarre yet grounded characters, and stories ranging from intense action to contemplative tales, Will Eisner’s The Spirit remains a seminal moment in comics, graphic novels, sequential art, or whatever label you prefer to give the medium. And even if that was all Will Eisner did with his life, he would still be considered an innovator in the medium of comics and a bristol board virtuoso, but he did us all one better with his deeply moving graphic novels A Contract With God, Invisible People, Sundiata, and many more. And for the week of March 1 - 7, 2015, Will Eisner Week will celebrate not only the life of one of comic’s greatest authors, but also the importance of reading graphic novels and what we can learn from them.
Spanning over 20 cities, Will Eisner Week is organized by the Will & Ann Eisner Family Foundation and celebrates comic books as a creative medium. Cities participating include New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Cambridge, Seattle, Los Angeles, London, Glasgow, and Rio de Janeiro. Specific events will be listed on the official website in February. The theme of the week is “Read a Graphic Novel!” and now is a great time learn about the importance of graphic novel as a medium, and the creativity and bravery of the people behind them.
To learn more, go to: www.WillEisnerWeek.com
Will Eisner WeekMarch 1 - 7 2015
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