Camera Club of New York Relocating to Baxter Street; Hosting ‘Zine and Self-Published Book Fair’ This Weekend

Posted on: September 11th, 2014 at 6:09 am by

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97 Allen St.

The Camera Club of New York has been around since 1884, founded as a collegial environment for photographers to nurture their craft. These days, the arts organization is headquartered in midtown, and provides 24-hour services to its members. But a change of venue is on the horizon.

Sometime next month, the venerable institution will relocate its entire operation to 126 Baxter Street in Chinatown.

Yet before that happens, the popular club is preparing for a pop-up installation inside the recently-shuttered Foley Gallery at 97 Allen Street. They will be there this weekend (starting September 12) to host the fifth annual “Zine and Self-published Book Fair.”

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