Highlights from New York’s Most Exciting Photography Show: AIPAD 2019

With some 100 photo galleries from around the world, The Photography Show is one of the largest and most diverse events of this kind. In a sparce space of Pier 94, you can view stunning large format photographs, and this year an expanded section featuring photo book publishers from all around the globe

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The show is located on Pier 94 and features spacious pavilions for each exhibitor



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A special expanded section dedicated to photo book publishers at this year’s AIPAD show with mostly independent studios, printers and magazines
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The inaugural issue of The Classic — a new magazine from France focusing entirely on classic and vintage photography. Issue 1 features the Dennis Hopper Archive, the Alex Novak collection of early negatives and a guide to fairs and auctions
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Conveyor Editions, a small publisher based in Jersey City
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“How We See: Photobooks by Women” features an in-depth visual study of photo books created by 21-century female photographers (published by 10×10 Photobooks in New York)
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“Grid System” series by William Furniss features familiar New York scenes comprised of multiple photographic shots made with a handheld film camera



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The Photography Show
April 4—7, 2019
Thu-Sat, 12 to 7 pm
Sun 12 to 6 pm

Location
Pier 94 (Midtown)
711 12 Ave. (at 52 Street) | View in map

Admission
$30 per day (Buy on aipadshow.com)

Links
aipadshow.com
Instagram: @aipadphoto
#AIPAD2019




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