This past Friday fridgeARTS stopped by The AIPAD Photography Show, New York. The show at the Park Avenue Armory opened to the public on April 16 and will run through Sunday, April 19, is in its 35th year. With eighty-nine photography galleries from around the world there are thousands of artworks to see, ranging from 19th century daguerreotypes, to 20th century gelatin silver prints, and 21st century mixed media works and digital prints. If you are looking for something to do this weekend and enjoy photography as much as us, we highly recommend checking out AIPAD 2015. (There were a number of kids there with their parents after school and preschool let out on Friday afternoon.)

Below are a few of the many pieces that caught our eye. To find out more about the artists and their work please click on their name and gallery.

Cig Harvey, Pomegranate Seeds, Scout, Rockport, Maine, 2012, from the series Gardening at Night chromogenic dye coupler print, Robert Mann Gallery

Cig Harvey, Pomegranate Seeds, Scout, Rockport, Maine, 2012, from the series Gardening at Night
chromogenic dye coupler print, Robert Mann Gallery

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Sohei Nishino, Diorama Map Tokyo, 2014, light jet print on Kodak Endura paper, Michael Hoppen Gallery

Yu Xiao, Ode to Joy, 2014, Ultra Giclee, Nursery Rhymes series, 798 Photo Gallery

Yu Xiao, Ode to Joy, 2014, Ultra Giclee, from the series Nursery Rhymes, 798 Photo Gallery

Stephen Wilkes, Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, Day to Night, 2014, Digital C-Print, Peter Fetterman Gallery

Artist Stephen Wilkes discusses his work and process with a young visitor to AIPAD. Tunnel View, Yosemite National Park, 2014, from the series Day to Night, Digital C-Print, Peter Fetterman Gallery

Michal Macku

Michal Macku, Glass Gellage XXVI, 2009, gellage and carbon print on glass, PACI Contemporary

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Luis González Palma, Mobius, 2014, photograph on felt, red thread, Lisa Sette Gallery

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Inge Morath, From the Saul Steinberg Mask Series, 1959 to 1963, gelatin silver print, Danziger Gallery, Magnum Photos

 

Gregory Scott, Van Gogh’s Bedroom, 2015, pigment print, oil on panel, and HD video, Catherine Edelman Gallery

 

Images: All images © the artists and their estates