Discussion on the History of the Photography Market – 40 Years

The transformation of photography in the last decades is nothing short of revolutionary — and has been driven largely by the marketplace in art photography that began in the 1970s. This panel [presented at the April 2013 Association of International Photography Art Dealers show in New York City] explores the 40-year-old photo market with leading experts.

Speakers: Catherine Edelman, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago; Celso Gonzalez-Falla, chairman of the board, Aperture Foundation; Duane Michals, artist; Susanna Wenniger, senior specialist, photography, Artnet. Moderator is Jill Arnold, director, business development, AXA Art Insurance Corporation.

AIPAD panel

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Tips for AIPAD Show Attendees

I wanted to call your attention to the latest I Photo Central e-newsletter. Written by I Photo Central’s owner and photography dealer, Alex Novak, the e-newsletter is full of insightful commentary and photography market data. The March 15th edition includes helpful tips for attendees of the upcoming Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) show at the Park Avenue Armory (New York City). I encourage you to read the entire newsletter and utilize the helpful tips.

To see examples of the work featured by photography dealers exhibiting at AIPAD visit the artline® website.

AIPAD Show at Park Avenue Armory, March 25-29

The most important international photography show organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), will be exhibiting at the Park Avenue Armory (New York City) from Thursday, March 25 to Sunday, March 29. The show is celebrating its 30th anniversary and will feature a gala preview benefiting the John Szarkowski Fund at the Museum of Modern Art (Wed. Mar 24), panel discussions (Sat Mar 28), and two special exhibitions, including “Cause and Effect” which draws from the collection of the George Eastman House through its new Center for the Legacy of Photography

Last year a handful of photography art dealers exhibited images of the African diaspora or black photographers who live and work in the diaspora. I recall seeing ethnographic images from the turn of the twentieth century, early to mid-twentieth century images, and contemporary portraits. Black photographers whose work was exhibited last year included Chester Higgins, Jr., James Van Der Zee, Renee Stout, Malik Sidibe, Gordon Parks, and Seydou Keita.

For more information about the show, visit the AIPAD website.