The world's foremost art event for collectors of fine prints
across the art historical spectrum.
The Fair is the highlight of New York Fine Art Print Week, an
annual schedule of lively and interesting events focused on
printmaking and its vitality as an artistic practice.
The IFPDA Print Fair attracts art enthusiasts, artists,
collectors, museum curators, art consultants, educators, and
scholars. At the Fair, one can actually trace the advance of
printmaking over its 500 year history and explore the myriad ways
in which artists from Rembrandt to Whistler and Picasso to
Rauschenberg have all used printmaking to advance their creative
vision. While major collectors are drawn to the Fair to acquire
rare works, any art lover can find a wonderful print by a
well-known artist that suits their price range and aesthetic preference.
The Fair takes place in the exhibition hall of the historic Park
Avenue Armory. This year, there will be ninety dealers and
publishers exhibiting work for sale from a broad spectrum of art
historical periods, movements, and printmaking mediums. Exhibition
at the Fair is limited to members of the IFPDA, the International
Fine Print Dealers Association. There will be two educational
programs open to the public on Saturday at no charge although
admission of $20 is required to enter the Fair itself. There is a
cafe and Tracy Stern SalonTEA will host a TEAosk this year in the