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IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Celebrates Centuries of Printmaking

The 28th edition of the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair opens October 23 and runs to the 27th at the Jacob Javits Center’s River Pavilion. Celebrating centuries of printmaking, the Fine Art Print Fair features a plethora of printmakers, dealers, and artists.

Exhibitors include:

  • Paragon
  • Ruiz-Healy Art
  • Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.
  • C.G. Boerner
  • Scholten Japanese Art
  • Tandem Press

And many more.

Special events include Jeff Koons and Christophe Cherix, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings and Prints at The Museum of Modern Art, conducting a public panel about the nature of prints and multiples, what constitutes an original in the 21st century, and the role of printmaking in the artist's body of work. Phil Sanders, master printer and author of the forthcoming publication, Prints and Their Makers; The Collaborative Process leads a conversation with artist James Nares and Durham Press master printer Jean-Paul Russell about innovative collaborations and the importance of the artist/printer relationship.   

Swoon (Caledonia Curry) has created a site-specific installation for the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair. The project was planned in conversation with Nadine M. Orenstein, Drue Heinz Curator in Charge of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Department of Drawings and Prints, as a way to engage visitors at the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair with the exhibition The Renaissance of Etching opening at The Metropolitan Museum of Art concurrent with the fair.

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IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair
October 23 - 27, 2019

River Pavillion
Jacob Javits Center

Fall Affordable Art Fair: Beauty on a Budget

Who doesn’t love a good art fair? It’s a chance to get a new statement piece for your domicile, a nice picture, or a well crafted sculpture, but what if you want art at reasonable prices too? Well, the Affordable Art Fair has you covered. Running September 25 to the 29th at the Metropolitan Pavilion (125 West 18th Street, NY, NY), the Fall New York Affordable Art Fair includes workshops, activities for kids, and thousands of curated and hand picked painting, sculptures, prints, and more, at reasonable prices so you can be your neighborhood’s Solomon Guggenheim without breaking the bank.

Galleries at the fair include Axiom Contemporary, Cube Gallery, InSight Artspace, Rat Trap, and many more.

To learn more, go to:

Fall Affordable Art Fair New York
September 25 - 29, 2019

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W 18th St.
New York, NY 10011

Chill Out at the Frieze New York Art Show


The Frieze New York art show this year (running May 2 - 5 at Randall’s Island Park) will bring together galleries from around the world, showcasing a mix of work from today’s emerging artists to seminal figures of the 20th century. This year, two new exhibitions explore virtual reality and the significance of self-taught artists, and two new sections celebrate Latin American art and New York’s pioneering gallery community. There’s also panels and pop up events held throughout Randall’s Island, celebrating its history and architecture.

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Frieze New York
May 2 -  5, 2019

Randall’s Island Park

TEFAF New York Spring: Art, Interior Design, Politics, & Feminism Converge

Photo by Kirsten Chilstrom

Modern and contemporary art and design comes to the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Ave, NY, NY) with the return of TEFAF New York’s spring edition. Running May 3 to 7, TEFAF New York Spring features dealers from around the world and exhibits museum quality work.

Panels at the fair include Becoming Vincent All Over Again, a look at some recently unearthed paintings confirmed to be Van Gogh originals. A discussion between Tristram Hunt (Director, Victoria and Albert Museum, London) and Thomas Marks (Editor, Apollo magazine) on the evolution of the prestigious V&A Museum. Toward a Feminist Interior examines the relationship of feminism to interior design through the lens of history, theory, and practice, and explores the ways that design is being used to create powerful and inspiring environments for women by women. Art and Political Action: Art's Strongest Calls is a discussion between artist Seth Cameron and art critic Christian Viveros-Fauné (author of Social Forms: A Short History of Political Art) on the intertwining of art and politics.

To learn more, go to:

TEFAF New York Spring
May 3 - 7, 2019

Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10065

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