Returning to Park Avenue Armory Next Month, IFPDA Print Fair Names Exhibitors for 2024 Edition

The International Fine Print Dealers Association has named the 66 exhibitors that will participate in the upcoming edition of its annual Print Fair next month. bandarqq365

After a five-year residency at the Javits Center on Manhattan’s West Side, the fair will return to the Park Avenue Armory in the Upper East Side, where it previously staged 25 editions. With its move, the fair will also have a significant date change, running February 15–18; the 2023 edition was staged in October.

Among the exhibitors lined up are Hauser & Wirth, David Zwirner, Galerie Lelong & Co., Carolina Nitsch, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Peter Blum Gallery, and Rosenberg & Co., as well as publishers like Two Palms, Tandem Press, and Mixografia. As part of a special project, David Krut Projects, of Johannesburg and New York, will also have in its booth never-before-seen works by William Kentridge. bandarqq365

This year’s edition will also introduce a new section called Spotlight that will feature five, large-scale solo presentations: Richard Smith (at Bernard Jacobson Graphics), Howard Hodgkin (Cristea Roberts), Richard Dupont (Planthouse & Carolina Nitsch), Wood & Harrison (Polígrafa Obra Gráfica), and Chitra Ganesh (Durham Press).

Another new feature of this year’s fair will include a presentation curated by artist Leonardo Drew, selected from the holdings of ARTnews Top 200 Collector Jordan Schnitzer and his family foundation.

“It cannot be overstated how thrilled we are to return to the Park Avenue Armory on the Upper East Side, where we hosted the first 25 years of the IFPDA Print Fair,” IFPDA president David Tunick said in a statement. “We have so much history here, and it makes for the perfect venue to showcase the remarkable and rich lineage of printmaking. bandarqq365