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The New York Photo Show at the Lighthouse
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4/11/2014 to 4/12/2014
When: 4/11/2014
Where: The Lighthouse for the Blind
111 East 59th Street
New York

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The New York Photo Show is celebrating it's 5th year by doubling and expanding to a 2-day show, held at the Lighthouse for the Blind, 111 East 59th St. in Manhattan on Friday &Saturday, April 11-12, 2014.
The fastest growing Photo Show in the world, dealers are coming from as far away as California and Europe to setup.
While previously only presented on a Saturday, by expanding to a 2-day event, attendees have can now come for the first time on Friday, and have more time to view all the images that the dealers present.

Why Should You Attend?

You will find something that interests you…  You will learn something new… You will have fun…  

Dealers will be selling fine art photographs by well known photographers: Ansel Adams,  Diane Arbus, Imogen Cunningham, James Vanderzee, Edward Weston and others. 
Dealers will also be selling antique and collectable items like Daguerreotypes, Daguerreian Jewelry, Ambrotypes, Tintypes,  Stereo Views, Cabinet Cards, Cartes de Visites, Snapshots, Vernacular Photos, and Digital Photos.  
In addition, some dealers will be selling fine, rare and previously treasured, signed photography books.
Collectors typically attend to find the most varied collection of images for sale at reasonable prices.
If you have items you would like to sell, bring them, as our dealers are also looking to purchase photographs. Staff will be available to direct you to dealers who have items that you will be interested in purchasing or to  dealers who may be interested in purchasing items you have for sale.
Dealers should want to setup at the show because it is the fastest growing photo show in the world. Attendance at the show has grown 20-33% every year.  We are expecting a similar growth this year as Publicity about the show is spreading into many additional publications and our contact list has grown by 50%.
The show is also expanding into additional exhibit areas within the building this year.
For more information and to purchase admission tickets go to

For further information, contact:  Steven Yager at (703) 845-5555 or email
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