OCT 23-27, 2019

RIVER PAVILION JAVITS CENTER, NYC

monday

The IFPDA Foundation's annual fundraiser supporting grants and curatorial internships.


Tribeca, New York City
Address to be provided upon purchase

6pm-8pm | Buy Tickets

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-6pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor


10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

9am-5pm | Open to the Public

tuesday

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-6pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery

526 W 26th Street, Room 304

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Richard Serra: Composites

More information to come.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
535 W 24th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Baldessari: Prints

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brook Alexander Gallery
59 Wooster Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Vija Celmens: Selected Prints

Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12, 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
210 11th Avenue, 8th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Contemporary Masters

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.

Pace Prints
32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-5:30pm | Open to the Public

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

9am-5pm | Open to the Public

wednesday

This exhibition will trace the first seventy years of the etched print (c.1490 to c.1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, will be displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue

10am-5:30pm | Museum Admission

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-6pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery

526 W 26th Street, Room 304

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Richard Serra: Composites

More information to come.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
535 W 24th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Baldessari: Prints

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brook Alexander Gallery
59 Wooster Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Vija Celmens: Selected Prints

Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12, 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
210 11th Avenue, 8th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East

11am-8pm | Open to the Public

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Contemporary Masters

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.

Pace Prints
32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-5:30pm | Open to the Public

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

9am-5pm | Open to the Public

thursday

This exhibition will trace the first seventy years of the etched print (c.1490 to c.1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, will be displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue

10am-5:30pm | Museum Admission

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-6pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

10am-8pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-5pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery

526 W 26th Street, Room 304

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Richard Serra: Composites

More information to come.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
535 W 24th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Baldessari: Prints

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brook Alexander Gallery
59 Wooster Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Vija Celmens: Selected Prints

Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12, 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
210 11th Avenue, 8th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Now in its 3rd year at the Mercantile Annex 37, just a block from the Javits Center, the NY Satellite Print Fair brings together 17 dealers with a strong commitment to presenting fine prints, drawings, and other works on paper during Print Week in October.

Mercantile Annex 37
517 West 37th Street

10am-7pm | Open to the Public

Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples, and artists’ books for 20 years now. Each year, the Fair presents a thoughtfully curated exhibition of works by hundreds of emerging and established artists and an informative program of talks.

Lower East Side Printshop
The Caldwell Factory, 547 W 26th Street

5pm-6pm | VIP Guests Only
6pm-9pm | VIP Guests & Ticketholders

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Contemporary Masters

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.

Pace Prints
32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-5:30pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

10am-9pm | Open to the Public

​PRINTFEST is a three-day fair hosted by International Print Center New York for MFA and senior BFA students to exhibit, sell, and trade their prints during New York’s annual Print Week. Throughout the fair, PRINTFEST sponsors Akua Inks and Speedball Art will offer free samples and live printing demonstrations by printmakers including Bill Fick and Carlos Hernandez.

IPCNY
550 W 29th Street, Ground Floor

5pm-9pm | Open to the Public

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

9am-5pm | Open to the Public

friday

This exhibition will trace the first seventy years of the etched print (c.1490 to c.1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, will be displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue

10am-9pm | Museum Admission

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-10pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center

250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-10pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-9pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10:30am-9pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery

526 W 26th Street, Room 304

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Richard Serra: Composites

More information to come.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
535 W 24th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Baldessari: Prints

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brook Alexander Gallery
59 Wooster Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Vija Celmens: Selected Prints

Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12, 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
210 11th Avenue, 8th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

10am-8pm | Open to the Public

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Now in its 3rd year at the Mercantile Annex 37, just a block from the Javits Center, the NY Satellite Print Fair brings together 17 dealers with a strong commitment to presenting fine prints, drawings, and other works on paper during Print Week in October.

Mercantile Annex 37
517 West 37th Street

10am-7pm | Open to the Public

Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples, and artists’ books for 20 years now. Each year, the Fair presents a thoughtfully curated exhibition of works by hundreds of emerging and established artists and an informative program of talks.

Lower East Side Printshop
The Caldwell Factory, 547 W 26th Street

11am-7pm | Open to the Public

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Contemporary Masters

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.

Pace Prints
32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-5:30pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

10am-7pm | Open to the Public

​PRINTFEST is a three-day fair hosted by International Print Center New York for MFA and senior BFA students to exhibit, sell, and trade their prints during New York’s annual Print Week. Throughout the fair, PRINTFEST sponsors Akua Inks and Speedball Art will offer free samples and live printing demonstrations by printmakers including Bill Fick and Carlos Hernandez.

IPCNY
550 W 29th Street, Ground Floor

12pm-7pm | Open to the Public

The exhibition considers the career of British artist Gordon House (1932–2004) through a focused survey of the artist’s screenprints, etchings, and lithographs. The artist’s diligence in perfecting tight apertures lead to a lifetime of experimentation in printmaking. A key group of prints will be on display for the first time, along with screenprints produced at the Kelpra Studio in London. ​Exhibition organized by Josephine Rodgers, Independent Curator, in association with IFPDA Member Gerrish Fine Art.

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies
Columbia University
310 Dodge Hall, MC 1806
2960 Broadway

9am-5pm | Open to the Public

saturday

This exhibition will trace the first seventy years of the etched print (c.1490 to c.1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, will be displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue

10am-9pm | Museum Admission

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-10pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Kamikaze Curiosity: Louisa Chase Prints

Curated by Andrew Saluti, the selected works in this exhibition illustrate the evolution of Chase’s distinct visual vocabulary and adeptness in the medium.

The Palitz Gallery
Syracuse University, Lubin House
11 E 61st St., New York, NY 10001

11am-4pm | Open to the Public

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor


10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10am-6pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman.

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

10am-6pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery

526 W 26th Street, Room 304

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Richard Serra: Composites

More information to come.

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl
535 W 24th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

John Baldessari: Prints

This review will present a selection of prints, many published by Brooke Alexander, spanning the varied and prolific career of this major American artist.

Brook Alexander Gallery
59 Wooster Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Vija Celmens: Selected Prints

Images on view will include the artist’s signature night skies, ocean surfaces, and spider webs, subject matter that informs Celmins’ lifelong focus and exploration, a full spectrum of which will soon be on view in New York in her upcoming career retrospective, 'To Fix the Image in Memory,' on view at the Met Breuer from September 24, 2019 through January 12, 2020.

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery
210 11th Avenue, 8th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Featuring approximately thirty to forty paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints from each country, the exhibition from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection will shed light on how Iranian, Turkish, and Indian artists created works that drew on their specific heritages while also engaging in global discourses around key issues of modernity.

NYU Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East

11am-5pm | Open to the Public

Now in its 3rd year at the Mercantile Annex 37, just a block from the Javits Center, the NY Satellite Print Fair brings together 17 dealers with a strong commitment to presenting fine prints, drawings, and other works on paper during Print Week in October.

Mercantile Annex 37
517 West 37th Street

10am-7pm | Open to the Public

Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples, and artists’ books for 20 years now. Each year, the Fair presents a thoughtfully curated exhibition of works by hundreds of emerging and established artists and an informative program of talks.

Lower East Side Printshop
The Caldwell Factory, 547 W 26th Street

11am-7pm | Open to the Public

Artist Talk: "Paper Borders"

​International Print Center New York is pleased to host History as Matrix, a conversation with Emma Nishimura, Tahir Carl Karmali, and Regine Basha, Senior Program Associate, Civitella Ranieri Foundation. Hear from Nishimura and Karmali on the ways they integrate historic documents, photographs, and interviews into their printmaking and hand-papermaking practices.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

11am-12pm | Open to the Public

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

Contemporary Masters

A group exhibition featuring works by John Chamberlain, Willem de Kooning, Jean Dubuffet, Helen Frankenthaler, Jasper Johns, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, Ed Ruscha, James Turrell, and Andy Warhol.

Pace Prints
32 E 57th Street, 3rd Floor

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

11am-7pm | Open to the Public

​PRINTFEST is a three-day fair hosted by International Print Center New York for MFA and senior BFA students to exhibit, sell, and trade their prints during New York’s annual Print Week. Throughout the fair, PRINTFEST sponsors Akua Inks and Speedball Art will offer free samples and live printing demonstrations by printmakers including Bill Fick and Carlos Hernandez.

IPCNY
550 W 29th Street, Ground Floor

12pm-7pm | Open to the Public

PRINTFEST: ​Art Works Panel

Each year, IPCNY's MFA and senior BFA fair PRINTFEST features a panel discussion with artists and art professionals about career paths to pursue after art school. Panelists to be announced.

IPCNY
550 W 29th Street, Ground Floor

11am-12pm | Open to the Public

sunday

Meet the Artists

The IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair is excited to announce a new initiative at the fair entitled 'Meet the Artists.' From 12-1pm on Sunday, October 27, artists and printmakers from several galleries will be present in their booths to meet with guests and discuss their pratice. A full list of artists is below & to the right:

BORCH Editions, Booth 210: Matt Saunders
C.G. Boerner, Booth 317: Anton Würth
Childs Gallery, Booth 216: Erik Desmazières
Cirrus Gallery & Cirrus Editions, Ltd., Booth 314: Fred Eversley

Dolan/Maxwell, Booth 407: Rachel Selekman, Steve Ford, Amze Emmons & Nona Hershey
Krakow Witkin, Booth 403: Liliana Porter 
Mixografia, Booth 310: Jacob Hashimoto
Tandem Press, Booth 311: Robert Kelly
Ruiz-Healy Art, Booth 306: Ethel Shipton and Nate Cassie
Shark's Ink, Booth 102: Barbara Takenaga, Yvonne Jacquette, Claire Sherman

IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair
River Pavilion, Javits Center, NYC

12pm-1pm | Free with Fair Admission

This exhibition will trace the first seventy years of the etched print (c.1490 to c.1560), from its emergence in the workshop of the German printmaker and armor decorator Daniel Hopfer to the years when a range of artists from Germany, Flanders, Italy, and France began experimenting with etching. Approximately 125 etchings, produced by both renowned and lesser-known artists, will be displayed alongside a number of drawings, printing plates, illustrated books, and armor.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Avenue

10am-9pm | Museum Admission

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street

10:30am-6pm | Museum Admission

Celebrating the recent acquisition of 42 rare, early works on paper, this is the first dedicated examination of Saar’s work as printmaker.

Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd Street

HOURS TBD | Museum Admission 

Fairy Tales and Castles: New Works by Matthias Kern

More information to come.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor

10am-6pm | Open to the Public

The Climate Crisis: Endangered Earth

This year's annual members only exhibition emphasizes the sanctity of the endangered natural world through depictions of humans, plants and animals to envision negative or positive climate outcomes for the future.

Manhattan Graphics Center
250 W 40th Street, 5th Floor


10am-6pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition will present a diverse array of works on paper by Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) related to his Entablatures series from the 1970s.

Ruiz-Healy Art
74 E 79th Street, #2D

11am-6pm | Open to the Public

Following his career, a range of preparatory drawings includes studies made in connection with his earliest altarpieces as well as his mature masterpieces, including multiple studies for several projects, allowing the visitor to see Guercino’s mind at work as he reconsidered his ideas. 

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

11am-6pm | Museum Admission

The first major exhibition to explore the artist’s expressive portraits in charcoal, 'John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal' will recognize the sheer scale of Sargent’s achievement as a portrait draftsman.

The Morgan Library & Museum
225 Madison Avenue

11am-6pm | Museum Admission

Tyler Bright Hilton – The Minmei Trilogy, Part 2

More information to come.

C. G. Boerner Gallery
526 W 26th Street, Room 304

12pm-5pm | Open to the Public

This groundbreaking exhibition featuring more than 150 objects re-examines Revere’s life, transforming visitors’ understanding of the innovative businessman through an in-depth exploration of his accomplishments as a silversmith, printmaker, and pioneering copper manufacturer.

New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West

11am-5pm | Open to the Public

Now in its 3rd year at the Mercantile Annex 37, just a block from the Javits Center, the NY Satellite Print Fair brings together 17 dealers with a strong commitment to presenting fine prints, drawings, and other works on paper during Print Week in October.

Mercantile Annex 37
517 West 37th Street

10am-5pm | Open to the Public

Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples, and artists’ books for 20 years now. Each year, the Fair presents a thoughtfully curated exhibition of works by hundreds of emerging and established artists and an informative program of talks.

Lower East Side Printshop
The Caldwell Factory, 547 W 26th Street

11am-5pm | Open to the Public

John Lennon: Bag One

Jim Kempner Fine Art will be showing John Lennon's 1970 controversial set of lithographs "Bag One". The complete set of 15 prints and leather bag will be available with highlights from the suite on view.

Jim Kempner Fine Art
501 W 23rd Street

12pm-5pm | Open to the Public

This exhibition brings into dialogue the works of Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali, artists who share a commitment to unearthing historical and ongoing stories of migration, trans-generational memory, and xenophobia. The works in this exhibition speak to cross-cultural and deeply embedded global struggles.

IPCNY
508 W 26th Street, 5th Floor

11am-5pm | Open to the Public