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March 25, 2010

Aipad attracts crowds with lower prices and contemporary editions | The Art Newspaper

Filed under: Art History,Museum,Observations,Photography — Jarvo @ 12:05 pm

The annual international photography fair celebrated its 30th anniversary with dealers reporting brisk sales
By Brook S. Mason

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NEW YORK. Hard on the heels of the Armory Show, the 30th instalment of the Aipad Photography Show 18-21 March, organised by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, opened at the Park Avenue Armory with record crowds.

Seventy-three dealers took part—only up by one exhibitor from the year before—but as a sign of the event’s strong retention rate, only a handful of galleries were new participants. These included Gallery 339 of Philadelphia, Monroe Gallery of Santa Fe, M+B from Los Angeles and private dealer L. Parker Stephenson of Manhattan.

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