The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) has announced the list of exhibitors for this year’s Fine Art Print Fair. The annual fair takes place from October 25 through October 28 at the River Pavilion, Javits Center, with a benefit preview on the evening of October 24.
The Fine Art Print Fair will present exceptional works spanning old master to contemporary, unique masterworks to new editions from eighty exhibitors from the IFPDA’s esteemed roster of members. This year’s participants include 27 international exhibitors from the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Germany, Mexico, Switzerland, Denmark, Italy, and Ireland.
“Five distinguished first-time exhibitors – Flying Horse Editions (Orlando), Galeria Toni Tapies - Edicions T (Barcelona), Galerie Maximillian (Aspen), Hauser & Wirth (New York), and Moeller Fine Art Ltd. (New York) – will be making their debut at the Fair,” stated IFPDA.
International Fine Print Dealers Association President, David Tunick commented: “The Fine Art Print Fair is thrilled to be back in the River Pavilion at the Javits Center for the second time, building on last year’s tremendous momentum and success. The Fair’s move to the River Pavilion -— with a spectacular backdrop of the Hudson River -— was embraced by exhibitors, collectors, and curators, delivering the largest attendance in our 26 years of fair history.”
Some of the 2018 exhibitors include: Alan Cristea Gallery, London; Carolina Nitsch, New York; Childs Gallery, Boston; Crown Point Press, San Francisco; David Tunick, Inc., New York; Galeria Toni Tapies - Edicions T, Barcelona; Hauser & Wirth, New York; Lelong Editions, Paris; Marlborough Graphics, New York; Mixografia ®, Los Angeles; Moeller Fine Art Ltd., New York; Paragon, London; Paramour Fine Arts, Franklin; Poligrafa Obra Grafica, Barcelona; Two Palms, New York; Universal Limited Art Editions, Inc. (ULAE), Bay Shore; Ursus Books, Ltd., New York; William Weston Gallery Ltd., London; and Worthington Gallery, Chicago, among others.
The Fine Art Print Fair will open to the public from October 25 through October 28, 2018.
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