The New York City Photo Show was much anticipated and it lived up to its expectations. Dealers expanded into two rooms displayed a diverse selection of 19th and 20th century photographs. The early buying crowd included a few luminaries from the photographica world as well as numerous dealers exhibiting at AIPAD. And the attendance remain lively throughout the day, right up to closing time. A great day, solidifying a place for the show among the events taking place in the city during "photo week".
Thanks again to Steve Yeager (and friends) for making it happen!
Three photos above: my stand in the first room along the back wall.
The second room.
George Gibbs, photo postcard dealer extraordinaire.
Note the poster on the wall for the upcoming London Photo Fair in May,
organized by James Kerr.