AIPAD

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AIPADAssociation of International Photography Art Dealers
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His work, documenting archeological sites and cultural artifacts in a visual inventory of India and Burma, is also currently on exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and in the booths of several galleries at AIPAD. At the Charles Isaacs Gallery, Issacs puts Tripe's work in context, explaining: "Tripe was the earliest person to work in an exotic part of the world and build a significant body of work using paper negatives." This early pre-celluloid photography gave the British audience a visual tour of a foreign landscape, something we don't tend to think about in this era of instant communication with images moving quickly around the globe.
At AIPAD there are classic landscapes by Ansel Adams shown by a variety of galleries along with evocative scenes such as "Lotus Flowers on Kunming Lake" by Rene Burr and "Aspen Grove" by George Tice in platinum/palladium prints.
Shown at AIPAD, we see a single screen of water come alive in a layered presentation that washes away previous views in a variety of blue hues.
Gregory Scott created two particularly captivating new pieces shown at AIPAD. "Van Gogh's Bedroom" (2015) incorporates an HD video framed within wall art with layers of oil paintings captured in large pigment photographic prints.
While AIPAD offers images of conflict in Japan and Cambodia, several exhibitors at the 29th edition of the London Original Print Fair (Royal Academy of Arts; 24-27 April) mark the anniversary of the First World War.
(3) The AIPAD "Photography Show" was on view at the New York Hilton from February 9 through February 13, 2005.
Earlier this year, in a booth at AIPAD's Photography Show in New York, a minimalist, abstract black-and-white photograph immediately captured my attention.