Jackson Fine Art’s booth at AIPAD 2013 ranked in top 10 by Arts in America Magazine
“A wide swath of historical photography is on view at the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) Photography Show at the Park Avenue Armory in New York (through Apr. 7). Among the 82 dealers represented, there’s a line-up of classical photography’s usual suspects: Fox Talbot, Steichen, Evans, Kertesz and so on. While lighter on the contemporary, the fair contains a few standout galleries in this category, including Lisa Sette, Bonni Benrubi, and M + B. Price points range widely, from $500 carry-away prints to large scale Massimo Vitali pictures (price upon request).
Whether pre-pictorialist, post-modernist or something in between, choose your own top 10 this weekend. The show is open 11 A.M. to 7 P.M. Friday and Saturday, 11 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sunday, with panel discussions all day Saturday.
Jackson Fine Art (Atlanta): Born to German parents in Brazil, L.A.-based Mona Kuhn is showing sensual, restrained nudes including Maya and Pan (2012) and Mirage (2012). Desert hot and exquisitely, naturally lit, Kuhn’s photos are included in Sir Elton John’s collection as well as those of LACMA and SFMoMA.”