The 2020 Print Week has expanded to a full month of online programs, October 7 - November 1. The IFPDA is proud to share this platform with our members, our cultural partners, and our community. Check back here for the daily schedule.

2019 PRINT WEEK CALENDAR

Monday, October 21

6:00 PM

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8:00 PM

IFPDA Foundation Cocktail Benefit

★ IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair

The IFPDA Foundation’s annual fundraiser to support the foundation's mission and various grants.

Jan Siegmund & Ben Maddox

57 Laight Street, Apt. 1

$1,000-$4,000 Donation

Monday, October 21

9:00 AM

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5:30 PM

Society of American Graphic Artists 85th Members Print Exhibition

The 85th Members Print Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) will be held in the Special Collections Department of the Newark Public Library from September 23, 2019 through December 31, 2019. On display will be the recent work of over 90 of today's outstanding printmakers. The Opening Reception will be Saturday, October 5th, from 2 to 5 PM. SAGA is a national organization founded in 1915 by printmakers, with the goal of educating the public about printmaking as an art form. Among the founding members were Ernest Roth, John Taylor Arms, Childe Hassam, John Marin, and Edward Hopper.

Society of American Graphic Artists

Newark Public Library, Special Collections
5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth; Manhattan Graphics Center Member Exhibition

This members only exhibition will emphasize the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of life on earth and will envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 West 40th Street, 5th Floor

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Vija Celmins: Selected Prints

★ IFPDA Member Event

Celmins has worked in the print medium since the early 1960s, meticulously rendering details of the natural environment through a careful exploration of process and mark making. Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12. 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery

210 11th Ave, 8th Floor

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society

170 Central Park West

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:00 AM

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10:00 PM

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth
Manhattan Graphics Center Member Exhibition

This members only exhibition will emphasize the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of life on earth and will envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 West 40th Street, 5th Floor

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:30 AM

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6:00 PM

Order and Ornament: Roy Lichtenstein’s Entablatures

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

The Whitney

99 Gansevoort Street

Museum admission

Wednesday, October 23

5:00 PM

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9:00 PM

Opening Night Reception

★ IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair

Reception celebration presented by the International Fine Print Dealers Association. Ticket proceeds benefit the IFPDA Foundation.

IFPDA

Javits Center

Ticketed

Wednesday, October 23

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Hanabi

★ IFPDA Member Event

A solo Exhibition of monotypes by Santi Moix.

Pace Prints

521 W 26th Street, 3rd & 4th Floors

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

9:00 AM

-

5:00 PM

New Codes to Follow: Prints by Gordon House (1957-1986)

★ IFPDA Member Event

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

Kern has been a  member and of the Manhattan Graphics Center for many years, where his upcoming solo show will take place. Kern is the "creative power", the graphic designer behind several well established companies creating advertising material, newsletters, postcards, annual reports, animated and static web banners, catalog and much more.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 West 40th Street, 5th Floor

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

10:30 AM

-

6:00 PM

Order and Ornament: Roy Lichtenstein’s Entablatures

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

The Whitney

99 Gansevoort Street

Museum admission

Tuesday, October 22

11:00 AM

-

6:00 PM

Margarita Cabrera: Engendering New Landscapes

★ IFPDA Member Event

An exhibition of the artist's 'Space in Between' and 'UPLIFT' series, an amalgamation of sculpture and prints.The printed editioned work corresponds to a 2015 public art sculpture commissioned by the City of El Paso that addressed the overcoming of violence along the Mexico/United States border.

Ruiz-Healy Art

74 East 79th Street, 2D

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:00 AM

-

10:00 PM

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

Kern has been a  member and of the Manhattan Graphics Center for many years, where his upcoming solo show will take place. Kern is the "creative power", the graphic designer behind several well established companies creating advertising material, newsletters, postcards, annual reports, animated and static web banners, catalog and much more.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 West 40th Street, 5th Floor

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:30 AM

-

5:00 PM

Guercino: Virtuoso Draftsman

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. The Morgan’s holdings also include studies for engravings, as well as highly finished landscape and figure drawings that were independent works. These drawings have never been exhibited or published as a group, and the selection includes a number of new acquisitions.

The Morgan Library & Museum

225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

11:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Modernisms: Iranian, Turkish, and Indian Highlights from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery

100 Washington Square East

Open to the Public

Wednesday, October 23

9:00 AM

-

5:00 PM

New Codes to Follow: Prints by Gordon House (1957-1986)

★ IFPDA Member Event

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

Open to the Public

Wednesday, October 23

10:00 AM

-

6:00 PM

John Baldessari: Prints

★ IFPDA Member Event

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brooke Alexander Gallery

59 Wooster Street

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

11:00 AM

-

6:00 PM

Margarita Cabrera: Engendering New Landscapes

★ IFPDA Member Event

An exhibition of the artist's 'Space in Between' and 'UPLIFT' series, an amalgamation of sculpture and prints.The printed editioned work corresponds to a 2015 public art sculpture commissioned by the City of El Paso that addressed the overcoming of violence along the Mexico/United States border.

Ruiz-Healy Art

74 East 79th Street, 2D

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

10:00 AM

-

6:00 PM

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints, Curated by Andrew Saluti

A productive and experimental printmaker, Louisa Chase worked with the who’s who of publishers and workshops, and was included in the foremost contemporary print exhibitions and publications of the period. The selected works illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium, giving insight into the artist’s enduring exploration, as she described, as a ‘kamikaze curiosity.’

The Palitz Gallery

Syracuse University Lubin House, 11 E 61st Street

Open to the Public

Monday, October 21

TBD

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TBD

Betye Saar: The Legends of Black Girl’s Window

This exhibition explores the relation between the artist's experimental print practice and the new artistic language debuted in her work, tracing themes of family, history, and mysticism, which have been at the core of Saar’s work from its earliest days. Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art

11 W 53rd Street

Museum admission

Tuesday, October 22

9:00 AM

-

8:30 PM

Society of American Graphic Artists 85th Members Print Exhibition

The 85th Members Print Exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) will be held in the Special Collections Department of the Newark Public Library from September 23, 2019 through December 31, 2019. On display will be the recent work of over 90 of today's outstanding printmakers. The Opening Reception will be Saturday, October 5th, from 2 to 5 PM. SAGA is a national organization founded in 1915 by printmakers, with the goal of educating the public about printmaking as an art form. Among the founding members were Ernest Roth, John Taylor Arms, Childe Hassam, John Marin, and Edward Hopper.

Society of American Graphic Artists

Newark Public Library, Special Collections
5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:00 AM

-

6:00 PM

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints, Curated by Andrew Saluti

A productive and experimental printmaker, Louisa Chase worked with the who’s who of publishers and workshops, and was included in the foremost contemporary print exhibitions and publications of the period. The selected works illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium, giving insight into the artist’s enduring exploration, as she described, as a ‘kamikaze curiosity.’

The Palitz Gallery

Syracuse University Lubin House, 11 E 61st Street

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

10:30 AM

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5:00 PM

John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman.

The Morgan Library & Museum

225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street

Open to the Public

Tuesday, October 22

11:00 AM

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6:00 PM

Paper Borders: Emma Nishimura & Tahir Carl Karmali

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. Using the materiality of print and handmade paper, the two- and three-dimensional works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY

508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

Open to the Public

Wednesday, October 23

10:00 AM

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5:30 PM

Contemporary Masters

★ IFPDA Member Event

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol

Pace Prints

32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

Open to the Public

Wednesday, October 23

10:00 AM

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6:00 PM

John Lennon: Bag One

★ IFPDA Member Event

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art

501 W 23rd Street

Open to the Public

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