Saturday, March 31
SPONSORED BY RYERSON IMAGE CENTRE
Top curators, collectors, artists, critics, and gallerists will take part in AIPAD Panel Discussions during the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York on Saturday, March 31. Please note the new location at Hunter College (one block from the Park Avenue Armory on the corner of East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue).
Tickets are $10 per person, per session, and will be available for purchase at the Park Avenue Armory during Show hours (Thursday through Saturday, as available). Tickets are limited and sold on a first-come, first-served basis. See detailed information below.
A Conversation with Rineke Dijkstra Contemporary women photographers are being feted in a number of solo exhibitions at top museums across the country this year. This interview with the internationally recognized Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra will offer a rare opportunity to hear about her inspirations and thoughts before her upcoming retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in June 2012. The interview will be conducted by Jennifer Blessing, curator of photography, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Curator’s Choice: Emerging Artists in PhotographyTwo major exhibitions in New York City during the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York are of note—the Whitney Biennial 2012 at the Whitney Museum and Perspectives 2012 at the International Center for Photography. This panel will feature top curators discussing trends in photography and video. Panelists will include: Sarah Meister, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Christopher Phillips, curator, International Center for Photography, New York; and Joshua Chuang, assistant curator, photography, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven.
How to Collect Photographs: What Collectors Need to Know NowWhat important artists are being talked about right now? What do collectors need to know? What art fairs should be on your calendar? How has the photography market changed in recent years? Seasoned collectors will offer tips for both first-time and experienced buyers. Speakers will include: Kenneth Montague, director, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Toronto; and Joseph Baio, collector, New York. The moderator will be Steven Kasher, Steven Kasher Gallery, New York.
A Celebration of Francesca WoodmanTo commemorate the traveling retrospective of Francesca Woodman (organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art), experts will talk about the importance of this groundbreaking artist and her enduring legacy. Panelists will include: Julia Bryan-Wilson, associate professor, art history, University of California, Berkeley; Sloan Keck, designer, and friend of Francesca Woodman; and Elisabeth Subrin, artist and assistant professor, department of film and video, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Italian Contemporary PhotographyDuring the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York, an important exhibition will be on view at Hunter Art Gallery, New York. Peripheral Visions: Italian Photography, 1950s – Present will showcase the work of major Italian photographers who have explored unconventional images of Italy. The moderator will be Sandra Phillips, senior curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Speakers will include: Maria Antonella Pelizzari, exhibition curator and professor, history of photography, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY; Yancey Richardson, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York; Julie Saul, Julie Saul Gallery; and Olivo Barbieri, artist.
Ticket InformationTickets are $10 per person, per session, and will be available for purchase at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue at East 67th Street) during Show hours (Thursday, March 29 through Saturday, March 31, as available). Tickets are limited and sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets will not be sold on-site at Hunter College. We encourage you to purchase tickets at the Park Avenue Armory before Saturday, March 31.
Panel Discussions Location
This year, due to the high level of interest, AIPAD Panel Discussions will be held in the Hunter West Building at Hunter College. The entrance to the Hunter West Building is located on the corner of East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue, just one block from the Park Avenue Armory. Enter through the West Lobby and proceed to the sixth floor, room HW 615. Photo ID may be required.
The 6 train stops directly under Hunter College at the 68th Street station. There is an entrance to the Hunter West Building in the subway station. Turn right upon exiting the turnstile and the entrance will be directly in front of you.
For detailed directions, visit the Hunter College website. For more information about The AIPAD Photography Show New York or the AIPAD Panel Discussions, call +1.202.367.1158 or email email@example.com.
Visit Monroe Gallery of Photography during the exhibition at Booth #419,