ABOUT THE FAIR
The IFPDA Print Fair was established in 1991 and has been held annually in the Fall, with the exception of 2001 and 2020-21. Organized annually by the IFPDA, the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair is the largest and longest-running art fair celebrating 500 years of printmaking. All ticket proceeds benefit the IFPDA Foundation, which funds curatorial, exhibition, and research grants in the field of printmaking. The Print Fair is held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in October of each year and features a wide array of our member dealers showcasing their best and brightest works of art from artists of all generations.
The Print Fair features a broad variety of programming with conversations between artists, curators, and collectors on various current topics in the art world. In 2019, programs showcased artists such as Jeff Koons, William Tillyer, and Jim Dine, among many others. Enhancing these sessions, groundbreaking curators like Christophe Cherix and Tim Goosens, as well as major art influencers Jordan Schnitzer and Helen Rosslyn dove deep into the trending topics surrounding printmaking as a medium.