DauerreianFollowing in the footsteps of the historic Spring New York City Photography Shows, the Daguerreian Society is hosting a new, two-day general photography fair for collectors, curators, galleries and dealers. The Fair will offer a broad range of historical photography through cutting edge contemporary photography. The show will be held AIPAD weekend at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, on Saturday April 7 and Sunday April 8, 2018. This show will join the other AIPAD shadow show, taking place Friday April 6 at The Watson Hotel 440 W. 57th Street.

The Fair will present over 90 tables and booths of exceptional material, showcasing the offerings of top dealers who have exhibited at AIPAD, Paris Photo, Photo LA, D.C. Antique Photo Show and our annual Daguerreian Society Symposia. 19th, 20th and 21st century photographs and books will be offered, including images from the highest levels of the art to vernacular snapshots. Collectible books, historical prints, and related material will also be available. In addition,the fair will offer a live collodion studio, and workshop to help attendees identify photographic prints, with examples ranging from vintage salt prints to platinum prints.

Revenue from the show will support the Daguerreian Society (, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization “dedicated to the history, science, and art of early photography and processes.” This Spring the Daguerreian Society returns to New York City, following up on our successful 2016 Conference, Symposium, and 19th Century Photography Show, which presented over 100 tables of vintage photography from the finest American and international galleries, dealers, and collectors.

Rates start at $525 per table for Daguerreian Society members ($600 for non-members) for both days. Dealers can select from center, wall, and marquee tables and booths. The Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel has excellent lighting to highlight photographs, books and prints. The fair is located in the easily accessible lower- level conference facilities.

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