At AIPAD, Throckmorton Fine Art Presents "Legendary Photographs"

NEW YORK —Throckmorton Fine Art Executive Director Kraige Block, who serves as First Vice President of AIPAD, and is co-chairman of The Photography Show, has selected an impressive array of international photographic talent to feature at the 2016 edition of AIPAD, this year from April 14 - 17, with an Opening Night Preview on April 13.

“AIPAD has gained wide admiration as the premier international photography event and attracts the world’s most sophisticated collectors of museum-quality photographic art, as well as top museum officials and their patrons.”

“Each spring the Association of International Photography Art Dealers brings together more than 80 of the world’s leading specialists in photographic art who collectively present the most exciting new works entering the market.  The offerings on display at THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW, span more than 150 years, from the earliest 19th century photographic achievements to the most modern and contemporary works.  AIPAD also provides a wonderful way for professionals and collectors to become familiar with the newest forms of the art - from avant garde photo-based art, to video presentations and alternative social and new media.  The AIPAD show makes the historic Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street the ‘must see’ destination the weekend of April 14 to April 17.”

Among Kraige Block’s choices for AIPAD is a vintage Tina Modotti gelatin silver print of Julio Antonio Mella (1928) and the classic black and white Nickolas Muray vintage print of Frida Kahlo with Magenta Rebozo.  Also featured at the Throckmorton stand at AIPAD is Christian Cravo’s Two Young Men (Bahia), edition 1 of 10, (2003);  Lucien Clergue’s Zebra Nude from 2007;  a 1993 vintage gelatin print by Mario Cravo Neto, La Grima de Passaros, 1st edition;  and a 1979 Marilyn Bridges vintage print of Yarn and Needle, Nazca, Peru.

Highlighted masterworks at Throckmorton include Mario Algaze’s 1999-2000 El Malecon, Habana, Cuba;  Graciela Iturbide’s 2008 Untitled photograph Chalma, Mexico; Colette Urbajtel’s 1988 Juego de Piedras; Christina Kahlo’s 2011 vintage print titled  Carnival  de Huejotzingo ;  Mariana Yampolsky’s 1987 Esperando al Padreciti;  Lola Alvarez Bravo’s 1954 Computer 1;  Flor Garduno’s 2014 vintage print Ciclope, Mexico;  Ruven Afanador’s 2012 selenium toned gelatin silver print from Angel Gitano series,  Eduardo Guerrero Gonzales; and The Threshold, Manuel Alvarez Bravo’s 1947 gelatin silver print.

Spencer Throckmorton says, “We are very fortunate this year to have acquired some unusually arresting photographic fine art to offer to AIPAD visitors.  People who attend THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the art;  it is a joy to have them visit with us.”

Throckmorton Fine Art has been a leader among New York dealers in showing the most important contemporary Latin American photographers at its New York gallery at 145 East 57th Street. Gallery founder Spencer Throckmorton has also pursued a long held interest in Pre-Columbian art and Chinese jades and the gallery has continually staged important exhibitions and published numerous publications on those subjects.

The gallery’s commitment to connoisseurship is underscored by its sales to such major museums as The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Getty and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, along with the Reina Sofia in Madrid. Portions of collections the gallery was instrumental in forming have been donated to the Louvre.  The gallery loans examples on a regular basis to such significant institutions as the National Gallery in London. 

As the premier dealer offering vintage and contemporary Latin American photography, Pre-Columbian art, Chinese jades and Tribal art, Throckmorton Fine Art participates in internationally acclaimed fairs, including The Winter Antiques Show in New York each January, AIPAD and during March offers Chinese Jades during ASIA WEEK.

If you attend:

Throckmorton Fine Art at THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW

Presented by AIPAD

April 14 - 17 2016

Association of International Photography Art Dealers

Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street, New York

Opening Night to benefit The 92nd Street “Y”  on Wednesday, April 13 from 5 - 9pm

Thursday through Saturday Daily from 11am to 7pm

Sunday April 17 from 11am to 6pm

Private tours available each day from 10am to 11am

THROCKMORTON FINE ART

145 East 57th Street, third floor, New York, NY 10022

Tel: 212 223 1059. Fax: 212 223 1937

info@throckmorton-nyc.com

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