March 2023

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This familiar, intimate portrait of Barack and Michelle Obama by Mariana Cook, was made long before he became president, while he was a community organizer in Chicago. Cook made this photograph as a part of a book she was working on, titled “Couples: Speaking from the Heart.” Ironically,  this particular image did not make it into the final book. It was filed away until 2009, the year Obama was inaugurated for his first term as the President of the United States. The historic image will be offered by Lee Marks Fine Art in the upcoming auction “Four Decades: In Celebration of AIPAD,” presented by Sothebys from December 15 through 21, 2020.
Image: © Mariana Cook, Barack and Michelle Obama, 1996
Time flies: it is already the last week of mikahoriemume mika horie’s solo exhibition at IBASHO. Her beautiful cyanotypes on paper made by herself can be seen up to and including 13’March. We are open Thursday-Sunday from 14:00 - 18:00. #mikahorie #mikahoriemume #cyanotype #gampipaper #wabisabi #japanesephotography #aipadmember #aipad #antwerpart

Man Ray made his long awaited return to New York on October 6, 1936. It was a singular triumphant moment for Man Ray. Accompanying him were a variety of art works, from recent paintings, such as “The Lovers”, to a chess of his own design. These works would be featured in the upcoming monumental exhibition “Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism”, held at The Museum of Modern Art, in New York. The exhibition would open on December 9, 1936. Man Ray was one of the stars of the exhibition, with one of his Rayographs gracing the cover of the exhibition catalogue. 

Over a number of months Man Ray resided in New York City, on Central Park South, on 59th Street. The small print posted here was taken by Man Ray, from his hotel room, and was taken during his first month in New York. This print was processed by a local commercial photo lab, and is date stamped November 19th. The view, of Central Park, looks east towards Fifth Avenue.

Steven is in New York this week, looking at the photographs of Man Ray in advance of the auctions, and to attend the AIPAD photo fair.

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Car Park, New York (1965) by Evelyn Hofer. 20 x 16 inch dye transfer print. Signed en verso. DM for details. 
#evelynhofer #dyetransferprint #danzigergallery #danzigergalleries #newyorkgalleries #losangelesgalleries #vintagephotography #vintagecolor #vintagephotographer #adaa #aipad #bergamotstation #aperture
If you're headed to New York for aipadphoto stop by clampartnyc (booth #217) to see work from “Look at me like you love me.” CLAMP's booth will feature queer portraiture from the early 20th-century to the present.
#aipad #clamp #clampart #portraiture #portraitphotography #selfportrait #contemporaryphotography #lookatmelikeyouloveme
I won’t be able to make AIPAD this year but one of my prints will 😁

The Future, 2019, (30”x40”) edition of 6 
will be on view aipadphoto It will be on one of the walls at Center 415 March 30- April 2, 2023. If you see it take a photo for me👍🏾

Also make sure to check out the obscuragallerysf booth #113 while you’re there! 

#aipad #artfair #nycart
The People's Princess, this image was made by Yousuf Karsh at the height of her acting career in 1956. During their sitting, Hepburn shared her harrowing experiences during the Second World War. Years later, when Karsh photographed Chairman Brezhnev at the Kremlin, he agreed "only if you make me as beautiful as Audrey Hepburn."

Audrey Hepburn, 1956
23 x 19 3/4 inches
Gelatin silver print
Signed by the artist.

#westonartists #westongalleryofficial #audreyhepburn #yousufkarsh yousuf_karsh_official westongalleryofficial
#blackandwhite #analogphotography #aipad #aipadmember #aipadmemberdealer #photographydealer #photographygallery #audreyhepburn
#silvergelatin #silvergelatinprint 

All Images Reserved © Weston Gallery, Inc. and or their respective owners.
Our gallery is open by appointment only during the pandemic observing all COVID-19 safety practices.


Specializing in fine art photography with exhibitors all being members of the AIPAD (Association of International Photography Art Dealers) in its 41st edition. AIPAD is the longest-running + foremost photography art exhibition with brand new works of museum-quality +contemporary, modern, and exemplary 19th-century photographs.


Thursday, March 30 | 12:00pm – 8:00pm
(VIP Opening Preview)

Friday, March 31 | 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Saturday, April 1 | 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Sunday, April 2 | 12:00pm – 5:00pm


Early/Online prices
$30 1 day
$50 Run of Show (3/31-04/02)