$3-$5 million), and a 10th century Khmer sculpture of that on “athlete” is a mate to the example in the Norton Simon Museum (EST. Follow others, such as NY Museums , and add to your knowledge base. $2-$3 million). PHOTOS GALORE AT AIPAD AT THE ARMORY ready for another art fair? Now in its 31st edition, the AIPAD photography Showat the Park Avenue Armory, Mar. 17-20, 2011, should 79 dealers from around the globe, courtesy of the Association of international photography art dealers (AIPAD). New exhibitors this year include Galerie f5. 6 (Munich), vision Neil Folberg Gallery (Jerusalem) and June Bateman fine art (New York). The gala preview on Mar.

16 benefits the Museum of modern art; tickets start at $100 general admission to the fair is $25 one highlight is a 1963 photo of Mao Zedong, made in 1963 by on unknown Agency of Xinhua photographer, and possibly the source for Andy Warhol’s famous series Mao, at the booth of Gary Edwards Gallery (Washington, D.C.. Charles Schwartz Ltd. (New York) presents a collection of 100 photographs and ephemera relating to the capture of President of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis. (Last year at least one writer Dallas in vain for a photo of Lady Gaga, we’ll see if she turns up in 2011.) The lecture series includes “photography now: how artists are thinking today,” with dealer Julie Saul and artists Shirin Neshat, Sally Mann and Alec Soth (Mar. 19, 2011); and “AIPAD and the iPad: new technology and photography,” featuring artnet Magazine contributor Barbara Pollack, dealer Jen Bekman and Scott Dadich, executive director of Conde Nast’s digital magazine development. Tickets are $10 for the panel discussions and are available on a first-come first-served basis. ART DUBAI IN ITS FIFTH YEAR art Dubai, Mar.

16-19, 2011, now in its fifth year, presents about 80 galleries from 34 countries, in a show organized by fair director Antonia Carver. U.S.