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The Photography Show by AIPAD 2022 

Author : Nafiseh Saleh Abadi

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The 41st edition of Photography Show by AIPAD,  "The Association of International Photography Art Dealers", ran from May 20 to 22, 2022 in New York, with a VIP preview on May 19. Forty-nine leading photography galleries attended the event and presented a wide range of works including contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs. Also, galleries from all over the world presented photographs, photo-based art, video, and new media. The Photography Show by AIPAD, founded in 1979, is an established exhibition dedicated to displaying photographic works.  

Michael Lee, President of AIPAD and the owner of Lee Gallery, said about this event: 

"The medium of photography inspires a passion among collectors that is especially evident at The Photography Show where longstanding relationships are formed and renewed with each show. The AIPAD member galleries exhibiting at the fair are the best of the best in photography. Their collective knowledge and the scope of works they're bringing to the Show are unparalleled." 

Gohar Dashti | Untitled | Land/s | 2019 | achival digital pigment print | 105 × 140 cm


The Photography Show by AIPAD provides a space for curators, artists, institutions, and collectors to pursue their plans, such as giving the annual AIPAD award and art discussion programs. Among the works displayed in this event, there is a photograph by Richard Avedon   presented by Staley-Wise Gallery. Ansel Adams, Walker Evans, and William Eggleston are also other prominent photographers. Among the Iranian artists, a series of photographs by Gohar Dashti, titled "Land/s", has been presented by Robert Klein Gallery. This series is about foreign landscapes and was created about two years ago. The full list of galleries and artworks present at this event is available in the link below. 

The Photography Show presented by AIPAD 2022 | Artsy 





  • www.aipad.com
  • www.artsy.net 

Cover photo: August Sander | 1914 
Slider photo: William Eggleston | 1971