Thursday, August 6, 2015

AIPAD 2015 New York City's Best Fine Art Photography Fair (issue #2)

35th annual AIPAD Photography Show

ART
AIPAD 2015 
New York City's Best
Fine Art Photography
Art Fair (issue #2)

ARTSnFOOD's continued coverage of the 35th annual AIPAD Photography Show New York, held at the Park Avenue Armory during April of this year, 2015.

Andre De Dienes, "Marilyn Monroe (Breakfast n Bed), 1953"
Gelatin Silver Print, Estate stamped, Stailey Wise Gallery

Andre Kertesz, ""Washington Square, New York, 1954",
Gelatin silver print, printed 1960s - 70s,
signed and dated, pencil verso,
Stephen Daiter Gallery

Andre Kertesz, "Still Life with Mirror, Pens and Key, c 1927,
Gelatin silver print mounted to paper, printed 1927,
signed and dated, artist stamp verso, Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Brea Souders, "Film Electric #9", 2012,
archival injet print, 20 x 16 in,
signed verso, edition of 8 + 2 ap,
Bruce Silverstein

Dorothea Lange, "Butter bean vines across the porch." Memphis, TN 1938,
Gelatin Silver Print, c 1955, inscription verso,
Richard Moore Photographs

Dorothea Lange, "Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California, 1936",
Gelatin Silver print, c 1955,
Flush mounted to masonite, neg # written verso on mount
Richard Moore Photographs

Helmar Lerski,
Howard Greenberg Gallery

Helmar Lerski,
Howard Greenberg Gallery

Helmar Lerski,
Howard Greenberg Gallery

Helmar Lerski,
Howard Greenberg Gallery

Irving Penn, Cuzco, Peru (Three Men in Masks), 1948"
Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago

Jimmy Nelson
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NYC

John Wood, "Cane Chair" 1970,
Gelatin silverprint, watercolor mounted to paper
30 x 22.25 in. signed verso & recto
Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Josef Koudelka, "Romania, 1968"
Gelatin silver print, c.1990, signed ink, recto
Stephen Daiter Galler, Chicago

Joseph Sterling, "Untitled" 1960s
Gelatin silver print
Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago

Loomis Dean, "Man Ray in his Studio, Paris" 1961
vintage gelatin silver print
Keith de Lellis Gallery

Ludwig Windstosser
Howard Greenberg Gallery

Nickolas Muray, "Frida in N.Y." 1946
Carbon Print, PDNB Gallery, Dallas

Peter Keetman, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Steven Klein
"Girl with Hat- Kate Moss" 1993
Staley Wise Gallery

Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery 
Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Thomas Roma, Howard Greenberg Gallery

Todd Hido, "#6415"
Archival Pigment Print, 48 x 38 in.
Signed verso, Edition of 3 + 1ap
Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Todd Hido, "#11374-8145"
Archival Pigment Print, 30 x 45 in.
Signed verso, Edition of 5 + 2ap
Bruce Silverstein Gallery
More AIPAD 2015 coverage to come next week.
(Source: All photographs in this articles were taken with the permission of the art fair management and the individual galleries.)

FOOD
Corn Bread

These corn bread muffins are firm and can be used to crumble over salads instead of croutons or you can butter them and substitute for your bread. They are very southern and a very good addition to any meal of vegetables, salads or soups.

Ingredients:
2 tablespoons unsalted butter at room temperature + some for the pans
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup medium-ground cornmeal
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup sugar
1 Tablespoon honey
1 Tablespoon maple syrup
1 large egg
1/2 cup whole milk

Directions:
• Preheat the oven to 350º F with rack in the middle of oven.
 Butter a 20 slot mini-muffin pan.
 In a small bowl whisk together the flour, cornmeal, baking powder and salt. 
 In a medium bowl, work the butter and sugar together with the back of a wooden spoon until smooth.
 Work in the honey, maple syrup then the egg, stir until completely combined.
 Gently stir in 1/3 of the dry ingredients plus 1/2 of the milk.
 Repeat, stir in 1/3 more of the dry ingredients plus the other 1/2 of the milk.
 Finally stir in the last 1/3 of the dry ingredients.
 DON'T OVER MIX the batter, lumps are ok.

 Spoon the batter into the buttered mini-muffin pans.
 Bake 20 minutes until the corn bread is a deep golden brown and slightly hard.
 Unmold onto a wire rack and let cool slightly. 
 Once cool, the corn bread muffins will keep for 4-5 days.

(Source: Southern American cook's recipe)

Until later,
Jack

ARTSnFOOD is an online magazine dedicated to providing artists and collectors around the world with highlights of current art exhibitions, and to encourage all readers to invest in and participate in "The Joy of Art"® and culture. All rights reserved. Concept, Original Art, Text & Photographs are © Copyright 2015 Jack A. Atkinson under all International intellectual property and copyright laws. Any gallery, event, museum, fair or festival photographs were taken with permission. Images © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.

1 comment:


  1. Brekfast in bed...Marilyn Monroe in bed cracking an egg..invitation to the dance. I would take on with her.

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