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Peter Blum Edition | New York City

Peter Blum has collaborated with a wide range of artists both as a gallerist and as a print and book publisher since he first began his career in the 1970s. Peter Blum Edition was founded in 1980 and was among the first print publishers to work with a new generation of European and American artists including John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, and Eric Fischl among others. From 1993 to 2012, Peter Blum SoHo at 99 Wooster hosted exhibitions of artists working in a variety of media including printmaking. In 2006, Blum opened an additional exhibition space in Chelsea, and in 2013, Blum moved his galleries to 57th Street. Most recently in 2017, the gallery relocated downtown to a 7,000 square foot space at 176 Grand Street. The Peter Blum Edition Archive (1980-1994) is located at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and was the subject of an exhibition in 2006.

Peter Blum Edition is pleased to be participating in the IFPDA Print Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. Alongside works on paper, the presentation includes highlights from over four decades of the print publisher's editions. These will include a diptych by John Baldessari, a portfolio of 14 drypoints by Louise Bourgeois, and large-scale linocut and woodcuts by Alex Katz with imagery unique to the medium among other works. They demonstrate the collaborative process between artist, printer, and publisher that result in singular multiples.


Alex Katz, "3 PM"


John Baldessari, "Heaven and Hell"

Exhibiting Artists

Louise Bourgeois, John Baldessari, Alex Katz, Eric Fischl, Kimsooja

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