The third edition of the PGH Photo Fair heads to the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hall of Sculpture and will host twelve internationally known dealers to exhibit museum-quality prints and photo-based art spanning the history of the medium, from nineteenth-century vintage prints to contemporary photography, as well as photographic books and photo-based magazines.
The showcase is only two days and not to be missed. “I am proud to say that our roster of exhibitors could hold it’s head high in any fair in any city in the world,” says Pittsburgh collector and event founder Evan Mirapaul. “Our exhibitors come from the US, Toronto, London, and Berlin and regularly show in the most prestigious international art fairs.”
Blind Spot, Brooklyn Concept Gallery, Pittsburgh Feldbusch Wiesner, Berlin Foley Gallery, New York Gary Edwards Gallery, Washington DC Gitterman Gallery, New York L Parker Stephenson Photographs, New York Next Level Projects, London Only Photography, Berlin Spaces Corners, Pittsburgh Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto Stephen Daiter / Berlanga Fine Art, Chicago
The International Center of Photography Library and the Photobook Facebook Group, present 100 Japanese photobooks from the perspective of 10 specialists who have each been asked to select 10 postwar Japanese photobooks or magazines. 10×10 invited the public to come in, browse and explore the books! 10×10 Japanese Photobooks first took place 28-30 September 2012, at the ICP – Bard MFA Studio Space and coincided with the Art Book Fair at MoMA PS.1