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The AIPAD Photography Show, Upcoming Yamamoto Exhibition


March/April 2011


March 17-20, 2011



AIPAD 2010

The Robert Klein Gallery will number among more than 70 of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries presenting a wide range of museum-quality work including contemporary, modern and 19th century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video, and new media. The Gallery will be exhibiting works by Irving Penn, Brassai, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Francesca Woodman, Alex Webb, Cig Harvey, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Paulette Tavormina, and Gregory Vershbow, among many others. Look for us in Booth 404.


Thursday, March 17, 11am – 7pm

Friday, March 18, 11am – 7pm

Saturday, March 19, 11am – 7pm

Sunday, March 20, 11am – 6pm


$40 for run-of-show

Price includes exhibition access for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, plus one show catalogue; does not include panel discussions.

$25 daily

Price only includes exhibition access for Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

$10 daily with valid student ID

Price only includes exhibition access for Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday.


$10 per session for Saturday panel discussions

Download Panel Discussion Program HERE

Seating for panel discussions is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.


For the John Szarkowski Fund, an endowment for photography acquisitions at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Please purchase Gala Benefit tickets online at


$10, if purchased separately during the Show.

For additional information, please visit



MASAO YAMAMOTO on exhibit March 19 – April 30

Yamamoto 1554

MASAO YAMAMOTO, Kawa=Flow 1554, 2008.

With our Fall and Winter exhibitions, Paulette Tavormina explored the opulence of still-life while Cig Harvey revealed the vibrancy of single subject portraiture. This Spring, Masao Yamamoto will unpack the complexity of black-and-white photography.

When Yamamoto talks about kawa, a Japanese word that means “flow” or “river,” he is referencing “the world where we are and the world where we go in the future.” Kawa is, according to Yamamoto’s website, not a geographical border but a sentimental divide.

In his new works, Yamamoto captures moments in movement. Drawing on the natural world for inspiration, this series of photographs creates an arena for meditation without heavy-handed visual symbolism. Yamamoto shows us that beauty is much simpler.

To view more of Yamamoto’s work, click HERE

Join us on Saturday, March 19, from 2 – 5 pm, to celebrate the opening of Kawa=Flow.

Two large scale murals by ARNO RAFAEL MINKKINEN installed at the new Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas

When The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas opened recently, it asserted itself as a destination for art appreciation — a place where valuable contemporary art could be displayed in the luxurious setting of a world-class hotel. Arno Rafael Minkkinen’s From The Shelton Looking East, New York, 2005 (below), was selected to be featured in one of The Cosmopolitan’s conference areas. This large-scale photograph will also be part of the Robert Klein Gallery booth at the AIPAD Photography Show.

Self-Portrait, from The Shelton Hotel Looking East

In the 1930′s, the views from the Shelton Tower (now a hotel) inspired resident Alfred Stieglitz and his wife, Georgia O’Keeffe. In homage, Minkkinen rented the room below their apartment and made this self-portrait. The original view painted by O’Keeffe had been obscured by recent buildings, so Minkkinen tried to move them aside.

Minkkinen was the winner of the 2010 Finnish Film Foundation Screenplay Grant for his feature-length film, The Rain House. He will be touring and lecturing extensively in 2011, visiting Norway, Italy, and Latvia. An interview with the artist as well as a portfolio of his images can be seen in the recent Black and White Special Issue of ZOOM Magazine.

To view more of Minkkinen’s work, click HERE

For more information, please contact Eunice Hurd at or 617.267.7997

IRVING PENN, Nude No. 151, 1949/50. 18.5 x 17.75 inch platinum palladium print

Cartier-Bresson Siphnos
HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON, Siphnos, Greece, 1961. 11.75 x 17.5 inch gelatin silver print

HARRY CALLAHAN, New York, 1945. 6.5 x 8.5 inch gelatin silver print

WALKER EVANS, Two Women At A Snack Bar, 1929. 7.5 x 6.75 inch vintage gelatin silver print

Rocks and Surf

MINOR WHITE, Rock and Surf, 1948. 7.5 x 9.625 inch silver print
For questions regarding pricing or editions, please contact Eunice Hurd at or 617.267.7997

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