How to look at a photograph – and buy it
Thursday, March 23, 6:00 PM; wine reception to follow
$30 Members, $35 Non-Members, $15 Students. Limited Seating. Buy now - tickets are filling.
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Join us for a lively evening of debate and discussion featuring two renowned dealers specializing in photography. This panel discussion, moderated by Darsie Alexander, will take you through the ins and outs of the booming photography market just in time for this year’s AIPAD, a leading art fair for the world’s best photography dealers, held in New York (March 30-April 2).
Peter MacGill founded Pace/MacGill Gallery in 1983 in collaboration with Arne Glimcher and Richard Solomon. MacGill specializes in modern and contemporary photography and presents some of the most distinguished artists of our time.
Deborah Bell operated her first public gallery in Chelsea from 2001 through 2011, subsequently joining Christie’s New York, where she was Head of the Photographs Department. Bell re-established Deborah Bell Photographs in 2014 and, in April 2015, moved to the gallery’s present location on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Darsie Alexander, Katonah Museum of Art’s Executive Director, began her career as a photography curator at the Museum of Modern Art. She subsequently served as Head of Contemporary Art for the Baltimore Museum of Art and Chief Curator of the Walker Art Center.