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The IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Expands to the Javits Center

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, October 18, 2017

The International Art Fair for Prints & Editions, now in its 26th year, is known for its dazzling array of works in the mediums of prints and books. Previously located at the Park Avenue Armory, the fair has grown to encompass everything from works of the Old Masters to the most avant-garde imaginings of the last year. The new location at the Javits Center gives this popular event more room for visitors to enjoy the lineup of 81 exhibitors from October 26th through October 29th.

As you explore the variety of images and techniques, don’t forget to ask the gallery representatives questions. They’ll be happy to share their knowledge with you. All the exhibitors are members of IFPDA and are held to the highest standards of connoisseurship, ethics, and quality. There are also tours and programs on various subjects offered daily. The tours are $10 and the programs are free, register for these when buying your entry pass online.

To learn more about the artists represented at the fair click here. You may be surprised to find some of your favorites being shown!

Open Hours:

Opening Night Preview Party: Wednesday, October 25: 6:30pm-9pm (Tickets required)

Thursday, October 26: 12pm-8pm

Friday, October 27: 12pm-8pm

Saturday, October 28: 12pm-8pm

Sunday, October 29: 12pm-6pm

Admission:

$85   Opening Night Preview (also includes a single use complementary day pass)

$40 Multi-Day Show Pass

$20 General Admission for one day

Free: Children 12 and under (must be accompanied by an adult)

The show is located at the River Pavillion, Javits Center, 11th Avenue and 35th Street. For general information click here. To purchase tickets for entry click here.

 

 

Cover: ‘Colonia Roma’ by Pedro Friedeberg, Mexican (1936 – ); courtesy of IFPDA.


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