MAY 13 - JUNE 13, 2020

The IFPDA is a non-profit association representing a vetted community of 150 galleries and publishers of contemporary editions in 12 countries. The IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair is the largest international art fair celebrating more than 500 years of printmaking, from the 16th century to new editions by today’s best-known artists. Originally scheduled to be held at the Javits Center in New York with 70 booths, the IFPDA has moved the fair online, invited all 150 members to participate, and waived all exhibitor fees in response to the current economic and health crises.

Glenn Brown, After Rembrandt. Photo Courtesy of the Artist. 


Lectures and Conversations about printmaking, with influential artists, curators, and critics.

Presented to one museum each year to fund the acquisition of artwork at the fair. 


Special Projects and Installations, curated in 2019 by Tim Goossens.

Sponsored by the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation. 

The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) finished its 28th annual Fine Art Print Fair on Sunday, October 27 at the Javits Center in New York City with strong sales, record attendance, and a fresh selection of work showcasing 500 years of printmaking.

There were tears of joy on multiple occasions.

It’s “a celebration of printmaking,” the artist said of the 24-foot work featuring paper cutouts, etching and block printing.

The pieces of what will become a sweeping, 24-foot-wide installation by the Brooklyn artist known as Swoon are carefully wrapped today in paper and cardboard on the floor of her studio in a former warehouse in Red Hook.