Photo Art Fair Announces May Show Exhibitors | The Photography Fair presented by AIPAD

NEW YORK – The first photographic art fair in New York since 2019 – The Photography Show presented by AIPAD – will be presented from May 20 to 22, 2022, at Center415 on Fifth Avenue between 37and and 38and streets. The fair will bring together 49 galleries from 9 countries and 23 cities from the United States and around the world. The exhibitors, announced here for the first time, are all members of the prestigious Association of International Photography Art Dealers known as AIPAD, recognized as the world’s leading art photography galleries.

One of the world’s most anticipated annual art fairs, The Photography Show presented by AIPAD, now in its 41st edition, is the oldest and most important exhibition dedicated to the photographic medium. The members-only lounge will feature a tantalizing array of freshly released, museum-quality works, including cutting-edge contemporary, modern and exemplary works. 19andphotographs from the last century, as well as photographic art, video and new media.

AIPAD works closely with gallery owners, curators, institutions, artists and collectors to create an engaging program for the exhibition, including the presentation of the annual AIPAD Prize and the acclaimed AIPAD Talks program with speakers from foreground. An integral part of the New York cultural scene, the Show is an unmissable event for the international photography community.

“The medium of photography inspires a passion among collectors that is particularly evident at the Photography Show where long-standing relationships are formed and renewed with each exhibition,” said Michael Lee, AIPAD President and Owner of Lee Gallery, Winchester, Mass. “The AIPAD member galleries exhibiting at the fair are the crème de la crème of photography. Their collective knowledge and the breadth of work they bring to the Fair is unparalleled.

Larry Towell, Manuel Colony, Tamaulipas, Mexico, 1994 from “The Mennonites” series Gelatin silver print, 8 ½ x 12 ¾ inch image on 10 ¾ x 13 ¾ inch paper. Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto

Center415, 415 Fifth Avenue, between 37and and 38and Streets, New York
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Thursday, May 19, VIP preview by invitation only
Friday May 20
Saturday May 21
Sunday May 22

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