Photography Highlights from the 2024 Frieze New York Art Fair
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by Loring Knoblauch
1M ago
While there is always a degree of positive “what might appear” anticipation around the springtime arrival of the Frieze New York art fair, there were few photographic surprises to be found at this year’s event, which in itself isn’t altogether unexpected, given the heavier tilt towards painting and other mediums in the current contemporary art market. For dedicated photography collectors like ourselves, there were only two photographic solo presentations to be uncovered (Stanley Stellar at Kapp Kapp and Sara Cwynar at the Poiret skincare booth), and when some of the most intriguing contempora ..read more
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Highlights from the 2024 AIPAD Photography Show, Part 2 of 2
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by Loring Knoblauch
1M ago
The second half of our highlights from the 2024 AIPAD Photography Show can be found in the slideshow below. While it is certainly possible to jump right in, for broader background thoughts on this year’s fair and information on the structure of the slideshows, head back to Part 1 (here).... Read more at Collector Daily ..read more
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Highlights from the 2024 AIPAD Photography Show, Part 1 of 2
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by Loring Knoblauch
2M ago
If there was a predominant theme to be felt in the aisles of this year’s AIPAD Photography Show, it was some version of “we’re all glad to be back”. After a two year post-pandemic interlude at a more cramped and smaller venue on 5th Avenue in Midtown, New York’s preeminent photography fair returned to the Park Avenue Armory on the Upper East Side, where it was last seen in 2016. With an influx of guest exhibitors, the return of some galleries and private dealers who had been on the sidelines for a few years, and the re-addition of a selection ... Read more at Collector Daily ..read more
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What’s New at Paris Photo 2023
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by Loring Knoblauch
2M ago
This selection of fresh works made only in 2022 and 2023 was drawn from the booths at Paris Photo 2023. For further background on how and why this “collection” was formed, and the structure of the resulting slideshow, visit the introductory page (here). This collection consists of 20 works, all made in just the past two years. In addition, there are 7 works from this same two-year period in the Black photographers collection (here), 2 works in the alternative processes and techniques collection (here), and 2 works in the Asian photography collection (here), thereby adding nearly a dozen notab ..read more
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Alternative Processes and Techniques at Paris Photo 2023
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by Loring Knoblauch
8M ago
This selection of photographs made using alternative processes and techniques was drawn from the booths at Paris Photo 2023. For further background on how and why this “collection” was formed, and the structure of the resulting slideshow, visit the introductory page (here). This collection consists of 20 works featuring alternative processes and techniques made between roughly 1930 and the present. There were so many worthy options for inclusion in this collection that another 10 or even 20 works could easily been added without sacrificing much in the way of quality, but the curatorial limits ..read more
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Black Photographers at Paris Photo 2023
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by Loring Knoblauch
8M ago
This selection of works by Black photographers was drawn from the booths at Paris Photo 2023. For further background on how and why this “collection” was formed, and the structure of the resulting slideshow, visit the introductory page (here). This collection consists of 20 works made by Black photographers between roughly 1950 and the present. The competition to join this group was fierce (signaling a growing momentum for works by Black photographers at fairs like this one), with works by Gordon Parks, Carrie Mae Weems, Deana Lawson, Seydou Keïta, Arielle Bobb-Willis, Ming Smith, Renee Cox ..read more
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Photography Highlights from Paris Photo 2023 – An Introduction to Four “Collections”
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by Loring Knoblauch
8M ago
In the decade or so that I have been visiting the Paris Photo art fair, I have tried plenty of different approaches to sifting through the contents of its many booths. Over the years, I have selected one work from each and every booth, limited myself to just works made by women photographers, and simply chosen a selection of notable highlights, all in the hopes that I might provide a sense of the offerings at the fair for those unable to attend. This year, I decided to return to my roots and once again force myself to really think like ... Read more at Collector Daily ..read more
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Photography Highlights from the ADAA Art Show 2023
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by Loring Knoblauch
8M ago
The photographic pickings at this year’s ADAA Art Show were decidedly slim, with just a handful of booths showing photography either in part or in full. But the quality was consistently solid, and part of the charm of this fair is its unhurried conservatism, where year after year a mood of reserved engagement can be relied upon to appear. Even when the most risk-taking contemporary work is tossed into this mix, the hushed surroundings seem to temper the flash with a dose of refinement and gravitas. What follows below is a (very) brief survey of the photography highlights at this ... Read more ..read more
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Highlights from 2023 PHOTOFAIRS New York
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by Loring Knoblauch
8M ago
It isn’t often that a new photography-centric art fair decides to dive into the maelstrom of the New York art fair circuit. After the breakdown of the partnership between Paris Photo and AIPAD, New York has been left without a contemporary focused look at the medium – contemporary photography is of course on view at plenty of contemporary art fairs in the city throughout the year, but photographs are often less prominently featured in these fairs (as was the case at the recent Armory Show, here). With AIPAD’s fair limiting its exhibitors to association members (and seemingly trending a bit ..read more
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Photography Highlights from the 2023 Armory Show
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by Loring Knoblauch
10M ago
If there is an overly simple conclusion to be drawn from the sparse scattering of photography on view in the booths at this year’s Armory Show in New York, it is that contemporary gallery owners must think that they can’t sell much photography right now. A nearly endless sea of paintings filled the 200+ booths at the Javits Center this past weekend, with just three photography specialists devoting their booths to the medium (Bruce Silverstein, Edwynn Houk, and Yancey Richardson) and only small pockets of photography to be found elsewhere here and there. And when photography was present, there ..read more
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