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Photofairs at Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason: Photofairs San Francisco Second Edition
Exhibitors: acb Gallery (Budapest), CAMERA WORK (Berlin), Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco), De Soto Gallery (Los Angeles), East Wing (Doha), EUQINOM projects (San Francisco), Peter Fetterman Gallery (Santa Monica), Flowers Gallery (London & New York), Gallery 1/1 (Seattle), The Gallery at Leica (San Francisco), In The Gallery (Copenhagen), Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York & Zurich), Les Filles du Calvaire (Paris), Robert Klein Gallery (Boston),, KLV Art Projects (Vienna), Robert Koch Gallery (San Francisco), M97 Gallery (Shanghai), Robert Mann Gallery (New York), Robert Morat Galerie (Berlin), Pace Gallery (New York, Palo Alto, London, Paris, Geneva, Seoul & Beijing), Parrotta (Cologne), Rademakers Gallery (Amsterdam), Ratio 3 (San Francisco), SAGE (Paris), Scott Nichols Gallery (San Francisco), ShanghART Gallery (Beijing, Shanghai & Singapore), Bruce Silverstein (New York), Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve (Paris), Three Shadows +3 Gallery (Beijing & Xiamen), Upfor Gallery (Portland), Galerie Stephan Witschi (Zurich), Weinstein Hammons Gallery (Minneapolis), Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (New York), Almanaque (Mexico City), Christine Park Gallery (London & New York), The Ravestijn Gallery (Amsterdam), Tang Feng Gallery (Miaoli City), The Lapis Press & Nazraeli Press (California), Aperture (New York), SF Camerawork (San Francisco), Leica (San Francisco), Haines Gallery (San Francisco), Anthony Meier Fine Arts (San Francisco), Gallery Wendi Norris (San Francisco), Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco), Gagosian (San Francisco & others), Altman Siegel (San Francisco).
Comment by AB: Forty domestic and international exhibitors show the finest in contemporary photography and video with a smattering of vintage images thrown in, like a rare signed and dated print of Edward Weston's "Nude in Doorway" at Edwynn Houk Gallery, priced at $110K. Featured in this year's show is a selection of contemporary Chinese photography selected by SFMOMA. Also on the docket, noted Chinese photographer Hai Bo debuts his latest body of work entitled "The Southern," and in the center of the exhibit hall is a group show themed on Silence curated by Alexander Montague-Sparey. Required viewing for all you photography fans. Definitely worth a visit.
Photography by Sally Mann at Edwynn Houk Gallery, Photofairs San Francisco.
Mixed-media and photography by Dennis Darzacq at De Soto.
Sebastiao Salgado photograph at Peter Fetterman.
Portrait photographs by Dagmar van Weeghel at Rademakers.
Hai Bo photographs c/o Pace, Zephyr & Branding Shanghai.
Hai Bo and his photography at Photofairs San Francisco.
Trompe l'oeil photograph by Manuel Franquelo at Bryce Wolkowitz.
Phenomenally complex collaged image by Sohei Nishino at Bryce Wolkowitz.
Pinkie cam detail of photograph in above image (like it).
Bill Jacobson photography at Robert Morat.
Photograph by Michael Rovner at Pace.
Photographic cutout procession by Paolo Ventura at Weinstein Hammons.
Part of a Mariam Bohm installation at Ratio 3.
Photograph in above image closer.
Unique pinhole photographs by Robert Calafiore at Gallery 1/1.
Explosive photography by Naoya Hatakeyama at Sage.
Mishka Henner photographs at Bruce Silverstein.
Oversized photographs by Mitch Epstein at Les Filles du Calvaire.
Looking north down an aisle - Michael Wolf photograph c/o Robert Koch, left.
Looking south down the same aisle. See you there - Photofairs San Francisco.