AIPAD in The New York Times
March 30, 2012 | Source: Monroe Gallery of Photography
Via The New York Times:
"In the post-everything era, whose advent coincided with the rise of digitization in photography, it has often seemed, paradoxically, as if nothing new can be done. The negative consequence of this is that contemporary photographs can look a lot like vintage ones; the positive outcome is that new and intriguing connections are often made between past and present. Luckily, there are many examples of the latter at the AIPAD Photography Show New York."
Full artice here.