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Preview: Photo Historica Photography Sale, Santa Fe, New Mexico

In Art Fair on June 21, 2019 at 3:34 pm

It’s time for one of the more unique annual photography sales to take center stage – Photo Historica, in Santa Fe. Every year the event is put on by the Daguerreian Society.

The Photo Historica 2019 Photography Sale  is a unique opportunity to purchase handmade photographs from contemporary photographers. Only photographs created with historic and alternative process techniques will be for sale. The photographers will be there in person to display their photographs and answer questions.  There will also be a kid’s photo corner for making cyanotype photograms, large format cameras on display, lecture on the history of photographic processes, and a demonstration of Platinum & Palladium printing.

The sale begins July 5th and concludes July 7th. In addition, for those interested, The Daguerreian Society has now started to take registration for their Symposium later this year in Kansas City.

For More Information: Photo Historica

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Notable: Sell Your Photographs at Photo Historica 2019

In Art Fair on February 19, 2019 at 11:00 am


The Center for Photographic History and Technology is debuting their very first collective for photographers to sell their own works, Photo Historica 2019. The event will allow photographers who work in historic and alternative handmade processes to sell directly to potential buyers. It will be hosted in the premium tourist destination of the Santa Fe, NM, Railyard Arts District.

Photographers working in historic and alternative handmade photographic processes are invited to sign up and sell their photographs directly to the general public. The photographer must be present to show their prints and answer questions.

Interested in signing up? The deadline is June 1st, 2019, while the opening reception and sale run from July 5th through July 7th.

For More Information: Photo Historica 2019

The 30th Annual Daguerreian Society, 19th Century Photography Symposium and Fair

In Art Fair on July 6, 2018 at 10:00 am

The Daguerreian Society, 19th Century Photography Symposium and Fair will return for its 30th annual event in New York City at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.


Tintype by Anton Orlov

The Daguerreian Society 19th Century Photography Symposium and Fair returns to New York City for our 30th Annual event. This year the symposium will be held at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel September 13 – 16th. The events begin with tours on Wednesday and Thursday.  Formal events begin with the opening reception Thursday evening. Friday is filled with presentations about 19th century photography and early photographic processes. Friday evening is typically room hopping nights, when many dealers open their rooms for symposium attendees.  The trade show opens Saturday morning with top dealers and collectors offering over 70 tables of historic photographs and related materials. This year a tintype portrait studio will offer attendees the opportunity to have mono and stereo portraits taken at the event. Symposium registration entitles attendees to early entry to the trade show, while others can enter as early buyers for $50.   Saturday evening is a second reception, silent auction, and preview of the annual live auction of photographica before a fabulous Saturday evening all-you-can-eat Buffet Banquet evening banquet. After the banquet the annual live and online auction of fine photographica provides an opportunity for collectors, dealers, and curators to purchase exceptional images while helping generate revenue for the Society. Sunday morning the Daguerreian Society hosts its annual business meeting to share in formation and interact with our members. After the meeting, attendees can take advantage of additional tours and the rich portfolio of museums, exhibitions and events in New York City.

The show will take place September 13-16, 2018. For more information, pricing, and registration, please visit NY Photography Fair.

Notable: Deadline to Submit to Atlanta Celebrates Photography July 8th

In Art Fair on June 28, 2018 at 1:01 pm

Image via ACP

Every year, ACP (Atlanta Celebrates Photography) provides one of the best photography festivals in the country, and every year countless photographers submit their work to take part in the great event. 

If you’ve dreamed of seeing your photos in an exhibition, or wondered what your photography would look like on the walls of your favorite coffee shop, now’s your chance!

Each year, photographers reach out to venues to join the country’s largest annual community-based photography festival.  From sandwich shops and nail salons to the walls of The High Museum, venues across the city collaborate with artists and photographers to transform Atlanta with the power of photography.

Deadline is July 8 to submit your photography-related event or exhibition for the ACP 2018 Festival Guide. If you’ve been waiting to share your work with the world, it’s your turn!

Q: What are the benefits of participating in the ACP festival?
A: Participation in the ACP festival has many benefits in addition to having your work exposed to tens of thousands of people through our printed and online festival guide. During the festival, we send a weekly email blast that lists events for the coming week, in which your event will be promoted. Also, as an ACP participating artist, you can keep us informed of your events throughout the year and we will announce them on our acclaimed blog ACP Now! (the most comprehensive photography blog in Atlanta).

As mentioned above, the deadline to submit work is July 8th. Get submitting!

For More Information: Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Preview: Tribeca Art & Culture Night

In Art Fair on June 18, 2018 at 11:19 am

Soho Photo Gallery and many others will be taking part in a very exciting event this Thursday in NYC, the Tribeca Art + Culture Night.

Tribeca Art+Culture Night is a quarterly local arts festival that celebrates culture at large in Tribeca. It is free and open to the public.

This urban festival embraces the diversity of creative expression, from drawing to design, performance to crafts, music to fashion, and everything in between.

25+ Lower Manhattan venues participate to the festival, including indoor and outdoor spaces such as art nonprofits, galleries, and parks. The event brings the greater New York City community together around exhibitions, performances, talks and workshops.

Jennifer Famery-Mariani,Director and Chief Curator of TAC Night launched the festival in 2016.

The Tribeca Art + Culture Night runs from 6 to 9pm this Thursday. RSVP is required. Since it involves several different venues, it’s highly recommended to do some research ahead of time. General admission will be free, however tickets for for the $40 Patron Pass gets you some exclusive VIP access.

For More Information: Tribeca Art + Culture Night

Preview: The Photo Review Annual Garden Party

In Art Fair on June 12, 2017 at 11:00 am

Pinnacle, Danielle Austen

If you don’t know about it already, let this serve as a reminder. Coming up this Saturday, photography fans will have the great opportunity of enjoying a special gala in the form of The Photo Review Garden Party.

Bid a fond welcome to summer with an afternoon of music, conversation, pictures, drinks, and light fare at the remarkable Alverthorpe Manor, home of the Abington Art Center.

Meet famed National Geographic photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols, whose spectacular exhibition Wild will be opening on June 22 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Philadelphia Museum of Art Curator of Photographs Peter Barberie; photographer Wendel White; Rachel Wetzel, of the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, who will present her groundbreaking research on Robert Cornelius’s daguerreotypes and talk about the importance of arts funding to her project; Stephen Perloff, editor of The Photo Review and The Photograph Collector; and many other photographers and collectors.
The gala is Saturday, June 17th, from 2 to 7 p.m. and will occur rain or shine.
For More information: The Photo Review

On site: “The Photography Show”, AIPAD 2017, Pier 94 New York City, MARCH 30 – APRIL 2, 2017

In Art Fair, Exhibits, Gallerist, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on March 30, 2017 at 7:22 am

Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao_Crowd Tao yuan 2016 Lantern festival Archival Pigment print 20x48 inch

Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, Crowd, Tao yuan, Lantern festival, 2016

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The Annual gathering of AIPAD photography galleries and dealers has found a new home and it is a knockout.

Situated at Pier 94 on the West Side of NYC at the Hudson River and 54th street, the new venue affords much more light and space than the previous location at the Park Avenue Armory.

With heavy international dealer representation as well as galleries from around North America, the expanded show over the next few days is a collector’s dream.

Vintage and contemporary works truly dazzle and at times overwhelm the viewer with photographic excellence. (Read more below)

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Preview: Palm Springs Photo Festival

In Art Fair, Black and White Photography, Photographer on December 12, 2016 at 12:03 pm

Photographers, for the past severals years, know that going to Palm Springs in May isn’t about the weather. It’s about the Palm Springs Photo Festival. Now in it’s 12th year, the festival shows no signs of slowing down.

The Palm Springs Photo Festival is where you can learn from celebrated master photographers, present your work to our remarkable faculty of industry influencers, attend important seminars, symposiums, evening presentations & enjoy our networking events!

The festival offers everything under the sun for photographers, whether its portfolio reviews, seminars, symposiums, networking, and workshops.

Our twelth year Workshop Program will offer 16 intense, hands-on, remarkable classes with world-renowned working photographers and educators. Most are three full days beginning on Monday, May 8th plus a 4th day morning session on May 11th.

In most cases, the maximum number of students in a workshop is 16. You will spend three 1/2 days with your fellow students listening, learning, shooting, doing class critiques and comparing notes. Your instructor will work with you, demonstrate his or her methods, explore his or her own work and your own.

Registration is open for those who are interested. The 12th Palm Springs Photo Festival takes place from May 7th – May 12th, 2017.

For More Information: Palm Springs Photo Festival 


Preview: 19th Century Photography Conference and Show, The Daguerreian Society, New York, NY

In Art Fair, Black and White Photography, Exhibits, Gallery, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on September 13, 2016 at 2:00 pm


Fans of 19th century photography are strongly advised to be in New York City this October. Why? The Daugeurreian Society will present the 19th-Century Photography Conference and Show, a five-day event that will feature and art fair, panel discussions, receptions, and tours.

Here’s a rundown of what to expect.

On October 19th, a symposium, from 9:30 to 4pm will

feature a panel discussion with top contemporary artists discussing how 19th-century photography and its processes have influenced their work, and presentations by curators and collectors on why they include 19th-century photography along with modern and contemporary photography in their collections. Highlights include:

Some of the highlights will be looking at how contemporary art photographers can use 19th Century photoprocesses, how these processes can help “save” contemporary photography, a history of photography, and a panel by collector Dan Solomon .

On October 20th, the Annual Daguerreian Society Conference will get underway at 8:45. Speakers will in include the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s photography curator Jeffrey Rosenheim, scholar Larry Schaaf, scientist Dusan Stulik, the Met’s Stephen Pinson, Museum of Fine Art’s Nancy Keeler, Thomas Walther, Mike Medhurst of Medhurst & Co., and many more art gallerists and fine art academics.

An evening reception will also occur that Friday:

Following the Conference on Friday, October 21, attendees are invited to attend several receptions: Hans P. Kraus Jr. Fine Photographs will hold a reception for the exhibitions Adam Fuss Daguerreotypes and The Womb of the Pre-Raphaelite Imagination and John Beasley Greene at 962 Madison Avenue. Howard Greenberg Gallery will hold a reception for the exhibition “A New and Mysterious Art:” Ancient Photographic Methods in Contemporary Artcurated by Jerry Spagnoli at 41 E. 57th Street. Both events are from 7:15 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Saturday, October 22nd, will be the star of the event, with a 19th Century Photography Show:

The 19th-Century Photography Show will be held for one day only on Saturday, October 22, from 10:15 a.m. to 7 p.m. with more than 100 international photography art dealers. On view will be museum-quality daguerreotypes and other 19th century photography by some of the most important photographers of the time. Exhibitors from the U.S., England, Ireland, France, Germany, Denmark, Argentina, Sweden, and Canada will include Peter Fetterman Gallery, Howard Greenberg Gallery, James Hyman Gallery, Alan Klotz Gallery, Hans P. Kraus, Jr., Lee Gallery, Serge Plantureux, William Schaeffer, Vintage Works, Ltd., Janet Lehr Inc., 19th-Century Rare Books and Photographs, and Charles Schwartz, Ltd., among many others.

Wednesday, October 19th and Sunday, October 23rd, will be made available for offsite tours. The event will be held at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel and tickets are available through the Daguerreian Society.

For More Information: The Daguerreian Society

Preview: Atlanta Celebrates Photography 2016 Gala Fundraiser

In Art Fair, Black and White Photography, Photo Print Collector, Photographer on June 23, 2016 at 6:52 am

Atlanta, Georgia and its southern counterparts have always had a reputation for putting on an elegant soiree. So why shouldn’t it apply to photography as well. ACP (Atlanta Celebrates Photography) seems to think so, with another edition of their Annual Gala Fundraiser on the horizon. 

We’re happy to announce that Mary Stanley is the chairperson for the ACP 2016 Photography Auction Gala, and that the event will be held October 1st, at Mason Fine Art, with a cocktail hour and silent auction starting at 6:30pm.

This event sells out every year. We’ll be back in touch this summer so you can reserve your seat.

Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) aims to make Atlanta a leading center for the world’s fastest growing art form. Primarily, by producing the largest annual community-oriented photo festival in the United States, we provide experiences that engage and educate diverse audiences through lens-based media.

There’s plenty of time to plan for a visit the Atlanta this fall, but don’t forget the event’s popularity. If interested, it’s best to get tickets sooner rather than later.

For More Information: Atlanta Celebrates Photography