7 Highlights from the Upcoming Fine Art Print Fair
The Fine Art Print Fair, organized by International Fine Print Dealers Association, lands in New York just over a month from now, from October 24 (preview night) to October 28. As the largest fair dedicated to prints, it covers a lot of ground. From works by leading contemporary artists to the masterworks of the form, there will be a lot to see. Here's a quick preview of Fine Books' favorites.
Emily Lombardo, Why hide them?, from The Caprichos, 2016. Etching and aquatint, 9 x 6 inches. Courtesy of Childs Gallery.
Harland Miller, Armageddon: Is It Too Much To Ask?, 2017. Linocut,
70 1/4 x 47 1/4 in. Edition of 50. Courtesy of Galerie Maximillian.
Jim Dine, Blue Artist at the Bahnhof, 2018. Courtesy the artist and Alan Cristea Gallery.
Martin Schongauer, Two Shields Supported by a Wild Man. Engaving, diameter 78 mm ( 3 1/16 inches). Bartsch 105; Lehrs and Hollstein 104. Courtesy of C.G. Boerner.
On Kawara, One Million Years, 1999. Set of 2 volumes - 14.4 x 10.5 cm each volume - 2012 pages per volume - Total of 4024 pages??. Printed on Bible Veritable Ivory Paper 32. ??Cover: black leather over 400 gr cardboard??Silver / Gold embossing on front and spine. ??Limited edition of 60 numbered and signed copies (from 01/60 to 60/60), 500 numbered copies (from 061 to 560) and 10 artist's proofs (from 561 to 570). ??Produced and published by Editions Micheline Szwajcer & Michèle Didier ??©1999 On Kawara and Editions Micheline Szwajcer & Michèle Didier.
Sean Flood, Shaftway - III, 2017. Drypoint and Monotype, 24 1/4 x 34 inches. Courtesy of Childs Gallery.
Tom Hammick, Island in Maine, 2017. Reduction woodcut. Courtesy of Flowers.