Thursday, February 27, 2014

AIPAD Panel Discussions - April 12, 2014

Top curators, collectors, artists, critics, and gallerists will take part in AIPAD Panel Discussions during the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York on Saturday, April 12. Please note the location is at Hunter College (one block from the Park Avenue Armory on the corner of East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue).

10 a.m. - The Deciders: Curating Photography
Prominent curators from major U.S. and international museums talk about their methodology and how the growing demand for photography exhibitions has influenced their decisions.

Speakers: Corey Keller, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Nissan Perez, Shpilman Institute for Photography, Tel Aviv; Jeff Rosenheim, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Johan Sjöström, Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden

Moderator: Lyle Rexer, faculty member, School of Visual Arts, New York; curator, critic

12 noon - LGBTQ/Photography
Photography is no stranger to campaigns for social awareness and change. This panel discusses photography’s role in serving LGBTQ visibility and equality.

Speakers: Philip Gefter, author and critic; K8 Hardy, artist

Moderator: Chris Boot, executive director, Aperture Foundation, New York

2 p.m. - Perspectives on Collecting
Collectors discuss the current photography market and what motivates them to continue to build their collections.

Speakers: Fred and Laura Ruth Bidwell, Cleveland; Michael and Elizabeth Marcus, Boston; Artur Walther, New York

Moderator: Loring Knoblauch, founder and publisher, Collector Daily

4 p.m. - Film: Everybody Street
The filmmaker Cheryl Dunn screens her latest documentary, Everybody Street, featuring Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Joel Meyerowitz, and Mary Ellen Mark, among others. A Q+A will be held with director Cheryl Dunn and selected artists after the screening.

Speakers: Jill Freedman, artist; Max Kozloff, writer and artist; Jeff Mermelstein, artist

Moderator: Cheryl Dunn, filmmaker

Ticket Information
Tickets are $10 per person, per session, and will be available for purchase at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue at East 67th Street) during Show hours (Thursday, April 10 through Saturday, April 12, as available). Tickets are limited and sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Tickets will not be sold on-site at Hunter College. We encourage you to purchase tickets before Saturday, April 12.

AIPAD Panel Discussions will be held in the Hunter West Building at Hunter College. The entrance to the Hunter West Building is located on the corner of East 68th Street and Lexington Avenue, just one block from the Park Avenue Armory. Enter through the West Lobby and proceed to the sixth floor, room HW 615.

The 6 train stops directly under Hunter College at the 68th Street station. There is an entrance to the Hunter West Building in the subway station.

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