Carnegie Museum of Art
April 29 & 30
10 a.m.—5 p.m. & 12—5 p.m.
Whether you’re looking for a cool black-and-white print for your bare office wall, need a one-of-a-kind wedding gift for a relative, or are ready to start your own art collection, PGH Photo Fair is the place for you.
Pittsburgh’s first and only art fair promoting photography within the contemporary and fine art market is back and better than ever with its fifth edition.
Setting up shop within Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hall of Sculpture, the free event boasts 13 internationally renowned dealers whose high-quality works span the medium’s rich and innovative history—from 19th-century vintage images to contemporary photography.
Exhibitors will be selling museum-quality prints, photo-based artwork, limited-edition projects, photographic books and magazines, and more. There’s something for every budget and taste—from $40 books to rare $40,000 prints.
Seven vendors will be representing NYC at the fair, including the Aperture Foundation and Gitterman Gallery. Also featured will be Toronto’s Stephen Bulger Gallery and Chicago-based Andrew Rafacz Gallery. Local exhibitors include Silver Eye Center for Photography and Spaces Corners.
Don’t miss the special reading room housing historical and contemporary protest works from the 10×10 Photobooks project.
Co-founded in 2012 by photography collector Evan Mirapaul, the fair is hosted by Casey Droege Cultural Productions.