Highlights from the IFDA Print Fair

Last week, I stopped by the IFDA Print Fair at the Park Avenue Armory.  I wish I had more time to spend there because there was so much to see: nearly 500 years of printmaking from early woodcuts and traditional engravings to etchings, lithographs, and innovative contemporary projects by international artists.   Here are some of my favorite pieces:
Fold II, Anish Kapoor (Paragon Press)
Three color reliefs by Shepard Fairy on handmade paper. (Pace Prints)
Pace Prints
Dessert Skirt IV (Will Cotton, 2013), Pace Prints
Calliope, Will Cotton (Pace Print)
Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah (Mel Bochner,  2014), Two Palms 
Mariana VI, ( Manolo Valdes, 2008), Marlborough Graphics
Woman in a summer kimono. Hashiguchi Goyo (1880-1921), Egenolf Gallery Japanese Prints

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