Probably America’s most prestigious photography event, Paris Photo New York presents a wide range of museum-quality work covering the history of the photographic medium, from the very earliest 19th Century photography up to modern and contemporary photographic art, including photo-based art, video and new media. This year, over 175 of the world’s best photo galleries and photo book publishers will be exhibiting.
Paris Photo New York will feature galleries from around the world, including the U.S., Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, the Middle East, and South America. With multiple sections and special events, the PPNY will offer work from AIPAD members and other traditional exhibitors, as well as younger galleries, and book dealers and publishers.
Our guests will be able to join one of two separate guided tours of PPNY. One will focus on photographic prints, and one will focus on photo books. Each tour will be limited to a maximum of 8 participants, and will last approximately 90 minutes. After you register, we shall contact you to learn your choice, so the earlier you register, the greater a choice you will have. Your guided tour reservation will allow admission to the show at 12 noon, and to remain until the show closes at 7 pm.
Paris Photo New York: Open from 12 noon to 7 pm
AES at PPNY Program:
12:00 pm: Show opens to the public
12:30 pm: Print tour with Alice Sachs Zimet departs
1:00 pm: Photobook tour with John O’Donnell departs
Each guided tour will last approximately 90 minutes. Tour assembly locations will be announced to registered participants.
Post-tour: All AES attendees are welcome to remain for the remainder of the show hours.
7:00 pm: PPNY closes
REGISTRATION DEADLINE CLOSES WEDNESDAY MARCH 11. NO ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE.
Please note that no refunds will be issued. Tour availability will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tour Leader: Photographic Prints
Alice Sachs Zimet is a collector, advisor, and educator who began to collect photography in 1985. Alice is the Chair of the Photography Collections Committee at the Harvard Art Museums; a Board Member of the Magnum Foundation; Chair of the Acquisitions Committee at the International Center of Photography (ICP); and is on the Faculty at the ICP School. Alice has detailed and extensive knowledge of the fine art marketplace including the questions you should ask before buying. She has more than a 30 year relationship with many of the galleries represented and will present what piques her interest from mid 20th Century to the present, introduce our guests to leading dealers, and share her thoughts about building or expanding upon your own fine art photography collection. More info on Alice is available at: www.artsandbusinesspartners.com.
Photo by Grace Roselli
Tour Leader: Photo Books
AES Co-Chairman John O’Donnell, a photo book collector and boutique publisher of limited edition photo books himself, will introduce our group to a variety of top photo book publishers who specialize in different photographic categories and have agreed to speak to our group at their booths. They will discuss their artists and artworks on display, and answer questions about conceptualizing and building a photography book collection.
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