IFPDA PRINT FAIR PROGRAM CALENDAR

The IFPDA Print Fair and Print Month month return with two weeks of free online-only programs from October 4th to the 14th plus the in-person-only programs at the IFPDA Print Fair listed below. The IFPDA is proud to share this platform with our Members, our community, and our cultural partners including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Black Women of Print, Print Council of America, and the Association of Print Scholars.

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th - 2:00PM

What Do Designers Really Know About Art?
A panel moderated by 1stDibs Editor-in-Chief Tony Freund and featuring 1stDibs Top 50 designers John Gachot and Joy Moyler.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th - 4:00PM 

Tronies: Four Centuries of Faces, Almost
with author, critic, and curator, Susan Tallman. This program is offered in conjunction with the special exhibition curated by Susan Tallman, “Tronies: Four Centuries of Faces, Almost”, on view at the IFPDA Print Fair. 

 

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th - 12:00PM

The Impact of Prints in Museums: What Do Curators Say?
With Jonathan Bober (National Gallery of Art), Stephen Coppel (British Museum), Nadine Orenstein (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), and Naoko Takahatake (The Getty Research Institute). Moderated by David Tunick, President, IFPDA. 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th - 1:00PM 

Continuum — A Conversation with Current and Former Members of Black Women of Print
Introduction by Jennifer Farrell (The Metropolitan Museum of Art). Moderated by Kimberli Gant (Brooklyn Museum of Art). Panelists: LaToya Hobbs, Delita Martin, Stephanie Santana, and Jennifer Mack Watkins. This program is offered in conjunction with The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current installation of Continuum (2019) published by Black Women of Print and LaToya Hobbs's site-specific installation on view at the IFPDA Print Fair. 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th - 3:30PM 

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Lecture

A conversation with Hank Willis Thomas and Jordan Schnitzer.

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th - 4:30PM

Art in the Light of Conscience: Art-19 to Benefit Amnesty International 
With Camille Henrot, Emilia Kabakov, Dr. Burghard Richter, and Kiki Smith. Moderated by Robert Storr (Yale School of Art).


 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th - 12:00PM

Vija Celmins — The Third Annual Jordan Schnitzer Award for Excellence in Printmaking
A conversation Between Vija Celmins and Samantha Rippner, author of “The Prints of Vija Celmins”. Introductory remarks by Joni Weyl Felsen and Sidney Felsen (Gemini G.E.L.), Leslie Jones (LACMA), and Jordan Schnitzer.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th - 1:30PM 

Dare To Know: Prints and Drawings in the Age of Enlightenment
With Elizabeth Rudy (Harvard Art Museums) and Kristel Smentek (MIT). Presented by the Print Council of America.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th - 3:00PM

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation Lecture
With artists Enrique Chagoya and Kara Maria and master printer Bud Shark (Shark’s Ink). 


 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 11:30AM

Eye Candy: Derrick Adams in Conversation with Jennifer Farrell (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)
This program is offered in conjunction with Derrick Adams’s major site-specific installation on view at the IFPDA Print Fair.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1:00PM 

Anatomy of a Blue Chip Market — The Prints of Andy Warhol
With Judd Tully, journalist, art critic, and regular contributor to ArtNews, The Art Newspaper, The Washington Post, and others.

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 2:00PM

The Seldom Seen Prints of Kerry James Marshall
With Susan Tallman, author of the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the prints of Kerry James Marshall. This program is offered in conjunction with the special exhibition curated by Susan Tallman, “Tronies: Four Centuries of Faces, Almost”, which includes “tronies” by Kerry James Marshall on view at the IFPDA Print Fair. 

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 3:15PM

No Plan at All: How the Danish Printshop of Niels Borch Jensen Redefined Artists’ Prints
With Niels Borch Jensen and Susan Tallman, co-authors of “No Plan at All: How the Danish Printshop of Niels Borch Jensen Redefined Artists’ Prints for the Contemporary World” (2021). Moderated by artist Matt Saunders.