Tag: printmaking

BETYE SAAR CRITIQUES THE FAMILIAR AND EXPLORES THE UNKOWN IN “THE LEGENDS OF BLACK GIRL’S WINDOW” AT MOMA

Betye Saar "The Legends of Black Girl's Window" MoMA Through January 4, 2020 African American artist Betye Saar is celebrated with an examination of her early work as a printmaker in exhibition The Legends of Black Girl's Window, one of a few select other exhibits that are part of MoMA's Fall 2019 opening season. After…

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IFPDA FINE ART PRINT FAIR 2019

IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair October 23-27, 2019 River Pavillion - Javlts Center 11 Avenue at 35th St October 23rd marked the beginning of the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair, a 5-day long festival devoted to the rich history of printmaking. This is the 28th year of the festival celebrating 500 years of the art…

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THE MET DISPLAYS HISTORY OF PRINTMAKING AT RENAISSANCE OF ETCHING EXHIBIT

The Renaissance of Etching On view: October 23, 2019–January 20, 2020 The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue, NYC This winter The Metropolitan Museum of Art will showcase a new exhibition that highlights the history of early printmaking and the art of etching. The new exhibit, titled "The Renaissance of Etching," will cover six…

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THE E/AB FAIR WELCOMES ITS 20TH EDITION

Editions/Artist's Book Fair OCTOBER 25 – 28, 2018 269 11th Avenue New York, NY Celebrating the impressive work of an international network of publishers, the Editions/Artist's Book Fair will start its festivities on October 25th. Located in The Tunnel at the heart of Chelsea during the New York Print Week, E/AB Fair is a hub for cutting-edge contemporary work by notable and…

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