Friday, April 29, 2016

AIPAD New York 2016, Photo Art Fair, + FOOD: Broiled Salmon

Maroesjka Lavigne, "White Rhino, Namibia" 2015, Robert Mann Gallery
The Photography Show 2016
The longest-running and foremost fair dedicated to the photographic medium.

AIPAD-NY 2016 celebrated the 36th edition of their famous Photo Art Fair. 

AIPAD was once again held at the Park Avenue Armory, which is the venue of choice for most of the smaller, upscale art fairs, giving easy access for New York City's Upper East Side crowd. 

AIPAD stands for the Association of International Photography Art Dealers and this show is the world’s best, longest-running exhibition dedicated to photography. 

Eighty-six of the world’s leading fine-art-photography galleries presented a wide range of the highest quality contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs as well as some photo-based art, videos, mixed-media works and new-media artworks. 

Catherine Edelman, president of AIPAD and director of the Catherine Edelman Gallery, said: “AIPAD attracts the largest group of collectors interested in photography in the U.S. They rely on AIPAD for exposure to the most talented artists working in photography today as well as important photography from all time periods.” 

Alexey Titarenko, "Crowd 1, St. Petersburg", 1992
Nailya Alexander Gallery,
(not for sale)
Erwin Blumenfeld, "Doe Eye, Jean Patchett", 
Vogue, New York, January 1, 1950,
inkjet print on Hahnemuhle paper, 29 3/8 ' x 22 3/4",
Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York & Zurich

Joel-Peter Witkin,
"La Giovanissima, Paris" 2007,
Etherton Gallery

August Sander, "Girl in Fairground Caravan" 1926, Danziger Gallery

Brigitte Carnochan, "Nude with Camellia", 1997
Hand painted gelatin silver print,
14 1/2 in. square, Verve Gallery of Photography,
Santa Fe, NM

Dawid," P-Shadow, #3320", 1989,
silver gelatin print,
Grundemark Nilsson Gallery, Stockholm

Dawid, "Shadow", 1989,
silver gelatin print, 
Grundemark Nilsson Gallery,

Christopher Makos, 
"Portraits of an Era",
Polaroid Collage,
Fahey / Klein Gallery 

Los Angeles 

Danny Lyon, Etherton Gallery, Tucson, AZ

Bill Brandt, "Nude, Campden Hill (with mirror)" 1952,
vintage gelatin silver print, 9 x 7.7 inches, James Hyman Gallery

Ellen Carey, "Dings & Shadows" 2013, Chromogenic print (unique),
24 x 20 inches, M + B gallery, Los Angeles

Evelyn Hofer, 
"Andy Warhol (in his studio with Elvis Presley print), New York, 1962"
gelatin silver print, 16 x 20 inches,
Danziger Gallery, NYC

Frederic Brenner, "The Weinfeld Family", 2009, 30 × 40 in,
Howard Greenberg Gallery, NYC

Hellen Van Meene, "Untitled" 2014, C-Print, ed. of 10, Yancey Richardson Gallery, NYC

Hellen Van Meene, "Untitled" 2015, C-Print, ed. of 10, Yancey Richardson Gallery, NYC

Jacqueline Hassink,
"Genko-an 3 Northwest Kyoto 9", June 2009,
Benrubi Gallery

Jacqueline Hassink,
"Temple", June 2009,
Benrubi Gallery 

Jeffery Milstein,
"NYC 40, Museum of Natural History" 2015,
Benrubi Gallery

Jeffrey Milstein, "NYC 33, Statue of Liberty", 2015, Kopeikin Gallery

Jeffrey Milstein, "NYC, Coney Island", 2015, Kopeikin Gallery

Jen Davis, "First Burn", 2015,
Lee Marks Fine Art, Winchester, MA

Jen Davis, "Untitled No.39", 2010, Lee Marks Fine Art, Winchester, MA

Jen Davis, "Untitled No.63", 2015, Lee Marks Fine Art, Winchester, MA

Jimmy Nelson, "XXII 467, Yangshou Cormorants, China", 2005,
C-Print, 24 3/8" x 29 1/8", ed of 9,
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Judith Stenneken, "Untitled" 2015, Galerie f 5.6

Kahn & Selesnick, "Melora", 2013, Jackson Fine Art

Klea McKenna, "Web Study #31" 2015, gelatin silver photo gram,
(unique) 24 x 20 inches, Von Lintel Gallery, Los Angeles 

Kurt Markus, "Bogner, New York", 1993
VERVE, Gallery of Photography

Man Ray (1890 - 1976)" Quartet", 1917,
15 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches,
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NYC

Manuel Alvarez Bravo, "The Daydream" 1931, 
gelatin silver print, 10" x 8",
Throckmorton Fine Art, New York

Mario Algaze, "Earretas",
Guatemala, 1979, Gelatin silver Print, 14" x 11",
Throckmorton Fine Art, New York

Michael O'Neill, "13th and Hudson, 3", Rick Weter Fine Art

Mona Kuhn, 2014,
"AD7272. from the Acido Dorado Series"
C-Print, 40 x 30 in. ed of 8,
Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta, GA

Nickolas Muray, 1939,
"Frida Kahlo with Magenta Rebozo, 'Classic' ",
Color Carbon Print, 20" x 16",
Throckmorton Fine Art, NYC

Niko Luma, "Adaptation of Guernica (1937)", 2015, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Norman Seeff,
"Mick Jagger, 'Mick Saluting', Los Angeles"
Fahey/Klein Gallery 

Patrick Demarchelier,
"Karlie Kloss, New York, 2014,

“I have that one second,
the moment she forgets about the camera,

when I can make someone relax
and become her real self.

That is the moment I want to capture,”
Staley-Wise Gallery, New York

Philip-Lorca diCorcia, "Major Tom, 20 years old, Kansas City..." ClampArt

Slim Aarons, "Sea Drive, 1967"
Kevin McClory takes his wife Bobo Segrist and their family
for a drive in an 'amphicar' across the harbour at Nassau, Bahamas,
C-Print, 40 x 60 inches, ed of 150, Staley-Wise Gallery NYC

Stephen Wilkes,
"Day to Night, Campanile di San Marco, Venice"
2016, ed of 12,
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

The Family Acid,
"Sunny Silver man, January 1979",
archival pigment print, 16 x 20 in,
Benrubi Gallery, NYC

Watcher VII, 2011,
Aluminum, FR-4, polyethylene,
custom electronics, LCDs
ed. of 3,
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, NYC

“Bert Stern, "Marilyn Monroe (Blue Roses) 1962, Staley-Wise Gallery” 

(Source: Images are © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees. All photos in this article have been used with with the permission of the galleries and the AIPAD Art Fair Press Department.)

Broiled Salmon

• Preheat the oven's broiler until hot, and if possible set the rack about 6 inches from heat source. 
• Line a broiler pan with aluminum foil and spray or coat the foil lightly with oil.
• Season the fresh salmon with salt and pepper, chopped garlic and some melted butter.
• Place the salmon skin side up on the foil.
• Place a few pats of butter on top of the skin and some chopped garlic.
• Broil the fish in the oven for 3 minutes
• Remove pan and flip fish over.
• Broil for 1 to 3 minutes longer, watching carefully (all ovens are different)
• Remove the pan and cut through the fillet to see if the doneness is to your liking. (I like my fresh fish to have a slightly sashimi quality.... Put the fish back in if it is not done to your liking, but pull it out every minute, so you do not overcook the fish.
• Cut into servings, and sprinkle a little more butter and add some fresh chopped chives to the top for garnish.

• Serve immediately.

Until later,

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. All Concepts, Original Art, Text & Photographs in this posting (which are not credited) are © Copyright 2016 Jack A. Atkinson under all International intellectual property and copyright laws. All gallery, event, museum, fair or festival photographs were taken with permission. Images © individual artists, fabricators, respective owners or assignees.

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