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The AIPAD Photography Show

2004, február 12 @ 00:00 UTC+0

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It’s AIPAD Show time and we are in our usual booth #105 which is on the first floor of the exhibition, third booth on the right when you walk in. Come see us!

Featured Vintage Work at the AIPAD Show:

Josef SUDEK Catalogue and Prints We will have our NEW Josef Sudek catalogue available at the booth, and we will be exhibiting the prints illustrated in it, including a rare work from the first few years of Sudek’s photographic career.

Edward WESTON A rare if not unique vintage contact print of Tina Modotti from the 924 “Tina Reciting” Series. This was Modotti’s own print.

It’s AIPAD Show time and we are in our usual booth #105 which is on the first floor of the exhibition, third booth on the right when you walk in. Come see us!

Featured Vintage Work at the AIPAD Show:

Josef SUDEK Catalogue and Prints We will have our NEW Josef Sudek catalogue available at the booth, and we will be exhibiting the prints illustrated in it, including a rare work from the first few years of Sudek’s photographic career.

Edward WESTON A rare if not unique vintage contact print of Tina Modotti from the 924 “Tina Reciting” Series. This was Modotti’s own print.

WEEGEE A rare large exhibition print (16 x 20 inches) of Weegee’s signature work “The Critic.”

Eugene ATGET A rare and unusual book-matched panorama of a quiet corner of the Parc
Monceau in Paris from 1910-11. They are ex-collection Julian Levy. These very prints were exhibited at the George Eastman House, ICP in the French Gardens: Early Photography by Eugene Atget exhibition 1979-80, and at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum.

Russell LEE An exhibition print of Lee’s charming “Soda Jerk (1939), Corpus Christi,
Texas.”

Aaron SISKIND A group of vintage prints including two from the Diver Series.

Henri CARTIER-BRESSON Two classics: “Madrid” and “Seville” from the Museum of Modern Art (NY), printed in the 1950’s, with MOMA labels on verso.

Featured Contemporary Work:

John WOOD We are pleased to announce our representation of the work of John Wood.
John has had a distinguished 50-year career both as an artist and as a teacher. His work is hard to define; it is at once conceptual, topical, ecological, thoughtful and elegantly realized. We will be featuring some unique collages, as well as hand-painted work. This artist, so overlooked yet so influential, deserves your
attention you will see little like it at the show. We have a major retrospective of his work scheduled at the gallery this coming fall.

Jed FIELDING A pair of strong and disturbing photographs from his work at four schools for blind children in Mexico City. Mr. Fielding has been working on this project for six years.

We will also have work by Diane COOK, Len JENSHEL, Karen HALVERSON, Pavel BANKA, Jan
STALLER, Alyson DENNY and Jonathan TORGOVNIK available for viewing. Ask to see them.

At the Gallery (through April 17th):

An Embarrassment of Riches – A Contemporary Survey
Photographs by:
Pavel BANKA
Karen HALVERSON
Carl CHIARENZA
Len JENSHEL
Diane COOK
Philip PERKIS
Alyson DENNY
Robert RICHFIELD
Jan STALLER

NOTE: Janet has decided to return to school for a semester to complete her MFA in sculpture. Leslie Fratkin has joined the staff. She has a background in photography, and editing. Her book Sarajevo Self-portrait: The View from Inside was published in 2000. Come meet her at the show.

Cordially yours,
Alan Klotz
Leslie Fratkin

Klotz/Sirmon Gallery
511 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
tel: 212.741.4764
fax: 212.741.4760
info@klotzsirmon.com
www.klotzsirmon.com

The AIPAD Photography Show
Booth #105
NY Hilton, 54th Street and 6th Avenue
February 12 – 15, 2004

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