German Lorca Airport 65, 1965. Courtesy Utópica
Niko Luoma Self-titled adaptation of Van Gogh’s Fourteen Sunflowers (1888), 2016. Courtesy of Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Beatrice Helg Crepuscule XI, 2005. Courtesy Joel Soroka Gallery
David Mitchell, ABQ 021, 2015. Courtesy Jim Kempner Fine Art
John Baldessari Blue Boy (with yellow boy: one with Hawaiian tie, one in dark), 1989. Courtesy Barry Singer Gallery.
Annemarie Heinrich, Sin título (Conchita Montenegro), 1948. Courtesy Vasari
Christopher Russell, Mountain XV, 2016. Courtesy of Upfor
John Messinger, That Low And Rumbling Absolute, 2016. Courtesy UNIX Gallery
Exceptional photography from more than 100 of the world's leading fine art galleries.
Purchase tickets online for The Photography Show for the best value and to avoid waiting in line at the Show. Online ticketing is also available for the opening night vernissage.
The Photography Show has opportunities for collectors of all levels and interests.
New this year, three special exhibitions will be on view from the noted private collections of Martin Z. Margulies, Madeleine P. Plonsker, and Artur Walther, including work that has not been shown publicly.
AIPAD will host 16 talks featuring prominent curators, collectors, artists, and journalists.
The Photography Show, the longest-running and foremost exhibition dedicated to the photographic medium, expands to Pier 94, featuring more galleries, an expanded public program, special exhibitions, and awards.
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