Missed AIPAD? See our booth here.
Posted on June 6, 2022 | No Comments
Scott Nichols Gallery at AIPAD 2022
Booth highlights include a museum curator-led tour in partnership with AIPAD sponsor SIDLEY. The tour covered rare works including a “Cancelled” Moonrise over Hernandez, New Mexico by Ansel Adams and Shells 6S (1927) by Edward Weston.
Watch the video here:
Scott Nichols speaks at AIPAD 2022
“Cancelled” Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico
1941, printed in the late 1960s
Rare gelatin silver print with “cancelled” perforation
We also enjoyed a visit and book signing by George Tice in support of his latest release, Lifework — his catalog raisoné. Lifework is available at Scott Nichols Gallery.
George Tice signs a copy of “Lifework” while Nicolò Sertorio looks on.
Lifework is George Tice’s latest book release.
Following the event, the gallery (among others) received a wonderful write-up from photographer and fine art writer Dave Rudin of Figures of Grace. His article touches on many notable and unusual works seen at this year’s show. Worth the read.
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and more photos from the exhibition:
The Eye of Photography
Moonrise from Glacier Point, Yosemite National Park, California, “Full Negative”
1948, printed 1970s. Rare signed gelatin silver print
For more information or to schedule a consultation, please contact Scott Nichols Gallery.