OCT 26-29, 2017
RIVER PAVILION JAVITS CENTER, NYC
Programs and Tours Learn more about collecting and hear from some of the field’s leading voices. There is no additional admission fee for programs however, seating is limited and reservations are strongly encouraged.
SUNDAY 10/29 11:00 am
Best known for his abstract sculptural installations, Leonard Drew has exhibited nationally and internationally. His work is in the permanent collections of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Tate, London and the Caldic Collectie in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, among others. Established with the generous support of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation. RegistrationGET TICKETS
SUNDAY 10/29 2:00 pm
The 2015 Oxford Slade Professor and former Keeper of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum presents major themes from his Slade lectures. His landmark book, The Print Before Photography: An Introduction to European Printmaking 1550 – 1820, was honored by Apollo Magazine as 2016’s “Best Book of the Year” and has been awarded a medal by the British Academy which praised it as “a landmark academic achievement.” Funded through the generosity of Reba and Dave Williams. Tickets are required and available at no charge.GET TICKETS
THURSDAY 10/26 11:00 am
IMAGE: Alessandro Temini, Gola - Ottobre – Scorpione, ca. 17th Century, engraving.REGISTER
FRIDAY 10/27 5:30 PM
Everything you need to know to move “beyond contemporary” and forge a connection with the expressive force of fine art created before our time. Panelists include: Dr. Victoria Sancho Lobis, Print Trust Curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, collector David Baum and Armin Kunz, Owner, C.G. Boerner. Organized with the Association of Print Scholars.
IMAGE: Hendrik Goltzius, after Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem, Phaeton, from The Four Disgracers, 1588; engraving.Reserve
FRIDAY 10/27 3:00 PM
Masha Chlenova, PhD, curator of Russian Revolution: A Contested Legacy currently on view at IPCNY, investigates the primacy of prints in the years immediately following the Russian Revolution and in Russian visual culture of the late 1920s, and introduces contemporary works by Russian-born artists Yevgeniy Fiks and Anton Ginzburg.
IMAGE: Yevgeniy Fiks, Beat the Whites with the Red Wedge, 2015, ScreenprintReserve
SATURDAY 10/28 2:00 PM
Moderated by Susan Tallman, Publisher, Art in Print magazine, this panel probes the many different approaches to acquiring fine art. Panelists: Madeleine Viljoen, Curator of Prints, New York Public Library and collectors Antoine Rouille and Ross Evangelista. Organized in collaboration with Art in Print magazine.
IMAGE: Judy Pfaff, …wind-deer and the honey-grass… , 2017; Woodcut, hand painting, mylar, archival inkjet, varied edition of 12.Reserve
Knowledgeable curators, artists, art historians, and art world personalities offer distinctive views of the Fair's highlights. Approximately 45 minutes in length.
Tickets $10. Registration is required.
|FRIDAY 10/27||1:00 PM||James Siena|
|SATURDAY 10/28||1:00 pm||Lothar Osterburg|
|SATURDAY 10/28||1:30 pm||Tom Hammick|
|SATURDAY 10/28||3:00 pm||Jane Hammond|
|SATURDAY 10/28||4:00 pm||Ben Levy|
|SUNDAY 10/29||2:00 pm||Phil Sanders|
IMAGE: ©Sari Goodfriend Photography