February 1, 1998

AIPAD Photography Show 1998


The Photography Show 98, sponsored by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), will return to New York City February 13th to 15th, 1998. The Photography Show 98, the world's largest art fair devoted to fine art photography, will be held in the Exhibit Halls at the New York Hilton, 53rd Street and Avenue of the Americas.

Eighty AIPAD dealers from the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan will participate in the 1998 exposition. An extensive range of fine art photography, from rare vintage works to cutting edge contemporary, will be on view and available for purchase. The Photography Show, now in its eighteenth year, is internationally recognized for unparalleled connoisseurship and has become an invaluable event for leading museum curators, established as well as beginning collectors, and interior designers.

To showcase contemporary photography, a special section at The Photography Show 98 will be devoted to cutting edge photography. Photographs on display in this special exhibit area will be large scale images produced after 1990.

For The Photography Show 98, AIPAD will host a symposium, Creating & Collecting: It Takes Two, on February 14th from 9:30 to 11:30. The panel discussion, organised by Stephen Perloff, Editor of The Photograph Collector and The Photo Review, will feature couples who collaborate on photographic projects. The symposium is open to the public at no charge.

The 1998 event will be The Photography's sixth year at the exhibit hall of the New York Hilton Hotel. The popularity has grown steadily since AIPAD's return to NYC in 1993. Week end attendance for the last show in March 1997 was over 7000 visitors.

The Photography Show 98 will be open to the public on three consecutive days: Friday, Saturday and Sunday: February 13th, 14th and 15th. Admission price is $15 daily; $30 for a three-day pass. The admission price includes AIPAD's annual Illustrated Catalogue and Membership Directory, 288 pages, over 200 illustrations. After February 15th, the catalogue can be purchased by mail from the AIPAD office: $25 postpaid; $35 outside the U.S. postpaid.



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Stuart B. Baum Photography
Deborah Bell Photographs
Joseph Bellows
Bonni Benrubi Gallery, Inc.
Sandra Berler
Janet Borden, Inc.
Christian Bouqueret A.R.D.P.
J.J. Brookings Gallery
Stephen Bulger Gallery
The Camera Obscura Gallery
Zelda Cheatle Gallery
Galerie Michele Chomette
John Cleary Gallery
Stephen Cohen Gallery
Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc.
Jane Corkin Gallery
Stephen Daiter Photography
James Danziger Gallery
Keith de Lellis Fine Art Photography
Catherine Edelman Gallery
Gary Edwards Photographs
Ehlers Caudill Gallery Ltd.
Etherton Gallery
Kathleen Ewing Gallery
Peter Fetterman Photographic Works of Art
Wm. Floyd Gallery, Inc.
Barry Friedman Ltd.
Galerie Faber
Fay Gold Gallery
Howard Greenberg Gallery
The Halsted Gallery
Hamiltons Galleries Ltd.
Leon Herschtritt Gallery
Paul M. Hertzmann, Inc.
Michael Hoppen Photography
Edwynn Houk Gallery
Hyperion Press Limited
Charles Isaacs Photographs
Jackson Fine Art, Inc.
Ken & Jenny Jacobson
Galerie Rudolf Kicken
Ezra Mack
Robert Mann Gallery
Lee Marks Fine Art
Laurence Miller Gallery
Scott Nichols Gallery
Robert Klein Gallery
Robert Koch Gallery
Paul Kopeikin Gallery
Hans P. Kraus, Jr. Inc.
Lee Gallery
Janet Lehr Inc.
Lewis Lehr, Inc.
LIFE Gallery of Photography
Gallery Luisotti (RAM)
Lunn Ltd.
Photo ART
Alan Klotz/Photocollect
Photographs Do Not Bend
Photography: The Platinum Gallery
Galleria Photology
Picture Photo Space
The Ralls Collections
Yancey Richardson Gallery
Richard T. Rosenthal
Julie Saul Gallery
William L. Schaeffer/Photographs
Scheinbaum & Russek, Ltd.
Howard Schiekler Fine Art
Charles Schwartz Photography
Michael Senft/Masterworks
Lisa Sette Gallery
Singer Photography
Andrew Smith Gallery
Joel Soroka Gallery
Staley-Wise Gallery
Galerie Zur Stockeregg
The Tartt Gallery
Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc.
Vision Gallery
Wach Gallery


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