Every Booth at the 2013 AIPAD Photography Show, Part 2 of 6

Start here for Part 1 of this series. It provides some background and explanation for what’s going on in these lists.

Etherton Gallery (here): Frederick Sommer, $35000. It’s a glass pile, but it’s also an exercise in texture, all-over abstraction, flattened space, and generally blowing your mind.

Galeria Vasari (here): Anatole Saderman, $10000. I’ve only ever seen a few of these Saderman florals, so it was great to see an entire wall of them in one place.

Yancey Richardson Gallery (here): Alex Prager, $6000. Don’t miss the falling body in the bottom of the frame.

Joseph Bellows Gallery (here): John Schott, $8000. One of the lesser known New Topographics photographers, Schott deserves a closer look. I like the collapsed layers of space in this image, as well as the up and down movement of the hose.

Jackson Fine Art (here): Jody Fausett, $5500. The surreal, saturated color matching of cats and sofa upholstery.

Galerie Johannes Faber (here): Bernd and Hilla Becher, $9600. We’ve all seen countless Becher winding towers, but I haven’t seen many vintage prints in intimate sizes like this one. It couldn’t have been larger than 10×8, but it was still powerful.

Monroe Gallery of Photography (here): Nina Berman, $5500. It’s a fracking picture first and foremost, but the soft enveloping glow from the gas flare is what makes it durably memorable.

M+B (here): Jessica Eaton, $5000. If I was an abstract photography collector, I’d be all over Jessica Eaton’s work. Every time I see something new from her, it’s fresh, exciting, and increasingly complex.

Yossi Milo Gallery (here): Alison Rossiter, $6500 each. I know, I know, I highlighted a similar bunch of works by Rossiter in my Armory review. But they’re just so smart that I can’t help myself. They’re small and hardedged from afar, curled and handmade up close.

Paul Cava Fine Art Photographs (here): Emmet Gowin, $7500. I don’t remember ever seeing this double exposure Gowin before, mixing vegetal forms and a nude of Edith.

Winter Works on Paper (here): Charles Jones, $8500. Jones’ sublime fruits and vegetables should be in every chef’s kitchen. Their lush tonalities remind us of how a still life can be magical.

M97 Gallery Shanghai (here): Jiang Zhi, $4500. We’re flower collectors, so we like to think we’ve seen it all when it comes to floral photography. And yet, here’s something new – flowers on fire. This small flaming orchid print came from a portfolio; the price above represents what a larger stand alone print would cost.

PDNB Gallery (here): William Eggleston, $40000. Great sunlight, great color. Enough said.

Charles Schwartz Ltd. (here): Samuel Gottscho, $8000. A tactile print of dark, smoky, Modernist docks.

Continue to Part 3 here.

Read more about: Alex Prager, Alison Rossiter, Anatole Saderman, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Charles Jones, Emmet Gowin, Frederick Sommer, Jessica Eaton, Jiang Zhi, Jody Fausett, John Schott, Nina Berman, Samuel Gottscho, William Eggleston, Charles Schwartz Ltd., Etherton Gallery, Galería Vasari, Galerie Johannes Faber, Jackson Fine Art, Joseph Bellows Gallery, M+B Gallery, M97 Gallery, Monroe Gallery of Photography, Paul Cava Fine Art Photographs, PDNB Gallery, Winter Works on Paper, Yancey Richardson Gallery, Yossi Milo Gallery, AIPAD Photography Show

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