Aperture Foundation

547 W 27th St, 4th fl, New York, NY 10001, 212/505-5555, aperture.org. Aperture offers a wide range of photography workshops for adults and teens, artist talks, panel discussions, youth programs, and other year-round educational events.

Augusta Edwards Fine Art

61 Willow Walk, London SE1 5SF, England, +44 20 7394 9743, info@augustaedwards.com. Augusta Edwards, director. Eric Franck, consultant. Artists: Asano, de Barros, Beaton, Bergman, Cartier-Bresson, Castello-Lopes, Farkas, Franck, Gasparian, Gütschow, Hajek-Halke, Killip, Knorr, Koudelka, Luskacova, Graham Smith, Streit, Sutkus, Wood and others. Since 2006 representing the Norman Parkinson Archive with Elizabeth Smith. AIPAD


Exton, PA/NYC, 610/458-7977, Bob@brilliant-graphics.com. Since 1959 we have been dedicated to producing the finest work in print. Whether it’s exhibition prints, invitations to shows, catalogues or art books, we are equally enthused to do something great with and for our customer’s vision. brilliant-graphics.com

Center for Photography at Woodstock

59 Tinker St, Woodstock, NY 12498, 845/679-9957, info@cpw.org, cpw.org. Be a part of the most exciting photography workshops in the nation. Workshops and public lectures are held year-round.

Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc.

25 W 54th St, 5C, New York, NY 10019, 212/957-3238, cti@charlesisaacs.com. Vintage prints incl Talbot, Cameron, Fenton, Frith, Bravo, Hill & Adamson, Tripe, Le Gray, Marville, Baldus, Salzmann, Atget, Watkins, Muybridge, O’Sullivan, Jackson, Coburn, Kühn, White, Kasebier, Brandt, Weston and contemporary work by Jem Southam and William Larson. charlesisaacs.com AIPAD, PADA

Curatorial Assistance

113 East Union Street, Pasadena, California, 91103, 626-577-9696, curatorial.com. Museum quality ArtFrames, ArtCrates, ArtTransport, ArtStorage, ArtInstallation, exhibit design and fabrication, digital scanning and printing, art collection management, and touring of exhibitions worldwide.


GALLERY M, 180 Cook Street, Unit 101, Denver, CO 80206, 303/331-8400, appraisals@gallerym.com. Myrna Hayutin, Co-Founder, who is an Active Member of International Society of Appraisers and Compliant with USPAP, performs photography focused appraisals for insurance coverage and all federal functions.

George Eastman Museum 

900 East Ave, Rochester 14607, 585/271-3361 ext 323, eastman.org/workshops. Photography workshops are offered on topics ranging from rare historical processes to digital image management.

Griffin Editions

212-965-1845, fine art photographic printing, mounting and framing studio: 390 Broadway, 5 FL, NYC & 411 3rd Ave, BKLYN. Dye Sublimation on Aluminum 48”x96”, Silver gelatin prints up to 56”x120”, C-prints up to 72”x120”, Pigment prints up to 60”x150+” (on various materials) and Laser Exposed silver gelatin prints up to 56”x120”, expert scanning, retouching, digital negatives, mounting, alternative processes, consulting and more. griffineditions.com

Hans P. Kraus, Jr.

962 Park Ave at 82 St, New York, NY 10028, 212/794-2064, info@sunpictures.com, www.sunpictures.com. Old Masters of Photography including Fox Talbot, Mrs. Cameron, J.B. Greene, Le Gray, Le Secq, Anna Atkins, Tripe, Nègre, Marville, Hill & Adamson, Hugh Owen, Fenton, Calvert Jones, Atget, F.H. Evans, Coburn, Steichen. ADAA, AIPAD, PADA

Houston Center for Photography

Two fellowship recipients will be awarded $3,000 each, a solo exhibition at HCP in the summer of 2018 and a spread in spot magazine. One Houston-based artist (residing within a 100 mile radius of Houston including the Beaumont, Galveston, and College Station areas) will receive the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship and another artist from anywhere in the world, outside the Houston area, will receive the HCP Fellowship. HCP Fellowships are geared towards the completion and presentation of new work; submissions of work in progress are acceptable. The competition is open to all photographic, film/video, and lens-based installation work. TO APPLY VISIT: www.hcponline.org/exhibitions/fellowships

International Center of Photography

1114 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY 10036, 212/857-0001, icp.org/school. The school of the ICP has an extensive range of photographic educational activities, offering over 500 courses per year, plus a wide range of lectures and seminars.

Jill Quasha

180 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075, 212/472-3150, fax 212/396-1330, jillquasha@gmail.com. Important 19th- and 20th-century photographs, with an emphasis on the building of collections. Le Gray, Nadar, Strand, Kertész, Dora Maar, Brassaï, Tabard, Parry, Marjorie Content, Patrick Faigenbaum. PADA

John A. Staszyn 

325 E 21st St, Ste 11, New York, NY 10010, tel/fax 212/260-6350, jedzyn@aol.com. Professional appraisals of photographs for insurance, estate and donation purposes. Member of Appraisers Association of America. Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practices compliant.

Laumont Editions

333 W 52nd St, New York and 44-01 21st St, Long Island City, 212/245-2113, laumont.com. Museum quality mats and frames. Featuring classic contemporary styles, custom mouldings and creative presentation methods and materials. Acrylic boxes and vitrines. Archival materials and practices. Installations worldwide.

Laumont Editions

333 W 52nd St, New York and 44-01 21st St, Long Island City, 212/245-2113, laumont.com. Full range of services, featuring most archival methods and media for fine art work, including SwissQ UV prints, up to 96”x240”+, on paper, linen, acrylic (incl Truelife), glass (incl Gorilla)aluminum, dibond, copper, canvas, wood etc.HD ink pigment and B&W fiber prints. Lightjet 500XL and Lambda. Drum and large format Cruse scanning of artwork. State of the art mounting, framing, crating and installations worldwide. Collaborative studio dedicated to your artistic vision.

Mary Virginia Swanson

Mary Virginia Swanson’s broad professional experience makes her unique among advisors to emerging and established artists, helping to navigate today’s diverse marketplace for photography. Upcoming private mentoring sessions in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, NYC, Durham, Chicago & Tucson. Applications open now for the Annual MVS Master Class “Finding Your Audience.”

Details at: mvswanson.com

PSG Framing

130 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145, 617/261-1817, info@psgframing.com. Fine art framing, archival, and custom hardwood moulding. For artists, galleries, museums, corporations. Free pick-up and delivery in Manhattan and Brooklyn, 2-week turnaround. psgframing.com

Rick Wester Fine Art (RWFA)

526 W. 26th St, Ste 417, New York, NY 10001, 212/225-5560, appraisals@rickwesterfineart.com. RWFA appraises fine art photography for donation, insurance and estate purposes. Rick Wester, Certified Member and Jessica Hunter, Associate of the Appraisers Association of America. Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) compliant.

Sarah Morthland Gallery

526 W 26th St, Ste 1002, New York, NY 10001, 212/242- 7767, sarahmorthlandgalleryllc@gmail.com. Vintage and contemporary photography and photographic literature, appraisals and art advisory.

School of Visual Arts

Division of Continuing Education, 209 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010. Explore your vision: To find out more about the many course offerings at SVA, visit sva.edu/ce/photography or call 877/242-7200.

Soho Photo Gallery

15 White St, New York, NY 10013, 212/226-8571, sohophoto.com. Experienced photographers in the NY metro area are encouraged to join New York’s finest cooperative photography gallery. Applications are now being accepted. For information and next portfolio review dates go to: sohophoto.com

The Better Image

Devoted to the Conservation and Preservation of Art and Historic Photographs. In New York City at 212/929-0599. In New Jersey at The Milford Opera House at 908/995-2600 or in the Bay Area, California at 415/954-2958, info@thebetterimage.com. By appointment only. thebetterimage.com

Witkin Gallery

POB 285, New York, NY 10025, 212/280-0303, fax 212/280-4175. witkin@earthlink.net, witkingallery.com. Representing exclusively in NYC: Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Colette Urbajtel, Exclusive agent for the estate of Wendell MacRae. Works by Brett and Edward Weston.