Aisle 4

Sunday, March 29, 2009



After nearly a week of living in the Armory, we're now on our last day. (It runs from 11 - 6 today.) Art fairs are both energizing and exhausting, but overall this one has been great - showing not just the strength and depth of interest in photography, but also offering encouraging signs that we're on our way out of the worst as far as the economy is concerned.

Aisle 4, by coincidence, seemed to offer the most of the old favorites starting with Cartier-Bresson's "Easter Sunday. Harlem. New York. 1947" at Eric Franck (above).


Across the aisle at Robert Mann, a particularly nice early print of Ansel Adams' "Moonrise" at Robert Mann.


At Gitterman, a late 1920s photo of the Brooklyn Bridge by William D. Richardson.


At Michael Shapiro a 1968 Pirkle Jones from his Black Panther documentary series. Here a couple at a Free Huey Rally in Oakland, CA.


And providing equal opportunity to the male nude, a 1984 photograph by Edna Bullock from a series clearly responding to Edward Weston.


Lastly at Shapiro, a 1965 Jim Marshall of the Rolling Stones at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium.


At Mack Lee, Edward Weston's seminal "Tina Reciting" from 1924.


At Photology a trio of small Luigi Ghirri's anticipating Thomas Struth's museum series.


At Fetterman, a Sebastiao Salgado from his latest series of endangered landscapes.


And an Alan Grant of Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly backstage at the 1956 Academy Awards.



At Deborah Bell, Louis Faurer's classic "Bowing at the Collections"


And now truly last from AIPAD, but not least - at Edwynn Houk, Lynn Davis's new "Iguaza Falls, Brazil".

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