Monday, May 19, 2014

AIPAD, Issue #2 (continued coverage) + FOOD: A Sheet Pan Pecan Pie

At AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers) 2014 Art Fair. (PDNB Gallery Booth 411)


(Source: All photographs in this issue were taken by ARTSnFOOD staff with the permission of the individual galleries and the AIPAD Fair Management. Photos are generally cropped-in some from the originals so are not exact renditions. All rights remain with the individual artist, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.)

Aaron Siskind (1903-1991) "Saguaros 10", 1949,
Gelatin silver print, c 1949, 17 x 16 in.
Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) "The Steerage" 1907
Vintage photogravure, Camera Work, Oct. 1911
8" x 11" (perfect condition)
Peter Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA USA 

Andrew Moore, "School District 123, Cherry County, Nebraska" 2013
46" x 62" Archival Pigment Print, edition of 6 + 2 ap
Yancey Richardson Gallery

Flip Schulke (1930-2008)
"Ali Underwater" 1961
Gelatin Silver Print
Keith de Lellis Gallery, NY

Harry Callahan, "Eleanor, Port Huron (in the grass)"
Gelatin silver print, 1954, 8 x 10 inches

The Weston Gallery, Inc., Carmel, CA USA

Phil Bergerson
"Untitled, Martinsville, Indiana, 2006"
Chromogenic print mounted to archival board
ed. of 10
Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto, Canada 
Imogen Cunningham
(detail) "Frida Kahlo Rivera"
San Francisco, 1930, Gelatin silver print 
Throckmorton Fine Art, NY

Photographer Unknown
Frida Kahlo, "Me Twice", c. 1930-40
William L. Schaeffer / Photographs

J.H.Lartigue, Keith de Lellis Gallery, NY

Jan Staller, "The White Series", 2013
Archival Pigment Print, 30" x 60"
Alan Kotz Gallery

Julia Margaret Cameron, (English, born in India, 1815-1879)
"Sir J.F.W. Herschel"
Albumen print from a collodion negative, 1867
Hans P. Kraus, Jr. Gallery, NYC

Keith de Lellis Gallery

Kevin Cooley
"NROL - 65 Spy Satellite Launch"
ed. of 4, 40" x 60"
Kopeikin Gallery

Charles Schwartz, Ltd. NYC

Margaret Bourke-White
"Diamond Edge Saw" (Indiana Limestone Company 1931)
Gelatin Silver Print, Bourke-White's stamp and title mounted on back
Richard Moore Photographs

Michiko Kon, "Rabbit"
 from series, 2010
Gelatin Silver Print
Photo Gallery International

Michiko Kon, "Zebra and Japanese Socks"from series, 2010
Gelatin Silver Print
Photo Gallery International

Neal Slavin,
"15 July 1984 Channel Swimmers"
PDNB Gallery, Dallas, TX, USA

Roddy McDowell
"Alfred Hitchcock", 1964
Gelatin Silver Print
Keith de Lellis Gallery

Ruud Van Empel
"Perception" 2014
 54 x 40" Archival Pigment Print, ed. of 7
Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta USA

Stan Douglas, "Artist's Cabin" 2009
Digital C-Print mounted on Dibond Aluminum
David Zwirner Gallery, NY

Sheet Pan 
Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie is America's favorite "Sweetie Pie".
Here is a way to make it for a larger crowd or even more for your family.


- 1 cup butter, chilled and cut in small pieces
- 2 cups flour
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- Pinch of Salt


- With a food processor or hand mixer combine ingredients until butter is hardly visible.
- Dump the mixture into the prepared pan and press it down with the back of a measuring cup.
- Bake shortbread base for 10 minutes.  
- While this is baking, ready the filling ingredients.

Pecan Filling

- 8-ounces pecans (2 cups) coarsely chopped
- 1 stick butter (1/2 cup)
- 1 cup packed light brown sugar
- 1/3 cup honey
- 2 Tbls whipping cream

Pecan Filling

- In a saucepan melt butter and stir in brown sugar, honey, and cream.  Simmer mixture, stirring for 1 minute.  
- Add pecans. Spoon mixture over HOT crust, do not try to spread
this; it will fill in the gaps when it is baking.    
- Bake in the middle of the oven for 15 minutes adding another 5 minutes if the filling is not bubbly.

(Source: from the family cookbook of Elizabeth and Anna Addoms)

Until later,

ARTSnFOOD, is an online publication dedicated to "The Pursuit of Happiness through the Arts and Food." ™ All rights reserved for all content. Concept, Original Art, Original Text & "Original or Assigned Photography" are © Copyright 2014 Jack A. Atkinson under all International intellectual property and copyright laws. All photographs were taken and/or used with permission. Artworks © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.

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