ARTmonday: IFPDA Print Fair

The IFPDA Print Fair, an art fair for prints, dating from the old masters to contemporary works, takes place at the  Park Avenue Armory in New York City this Wednesday, November 5, 2014, though Sunday, November 9, 2014. It’s a well-respected fair, with top collector pieces, but also includes more accessibly priced works. Here’s a preview of ten prints from the IFPDA Print Fair from Artsy.


Mickalene Thomas  •  Interior: Zebra with Two Chairs and Funky Fur, 2014
Relief, intaglio, digital, collage, enamel paint, colored pencil, gold leaf  •  Edition of 25
Tandem Press, Madison


Peter Saville  •  Joy 1, 1998 -2008
Ink jet print on hahnemühle paper  •  Edition of 10 + 2AP
Paul Stolper Gallery, London


Robert Mangold    Frame with Separation, 2014
Color woodcut  •  Edition of 35
Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, New York


E.V. Day    Pillow Talk (Pink), 2013
Chromogenic archival print  •  Edition of 5
Carolina Kitsch Contemporary Art, New York


Rochelle Feinstein  •  Research Park Project: Mm, 2014
Handpainting and screen print on canvas
Graphicstudio USF, Tampa


Ed Ruscha  •  The Fan and its Surroundings, 1982
Lithograph  •  Edition of 55
Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London & New York


Marco Maggi  •  Fanfold, 2014
Multiple of 12 etchings  •  Edition 12
Polígrafa Obra Gráfica, Barcelona


Takashi Murakami •  An Homage to IBK 1957 D, 2012
Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc, New York

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ARTmonday: 15 Picks from Rise Art

Rise Art contacted me last month, drawn to the photography choices I made in my ARTmonday post, “Figures In the Landscape.” They asked me to curate a collection, which I worked on this weekend and they will publish later this week. My theme will be some sort of personal take on the impending spring.

Rise Art offers artwork for sale that is curated by its team, sourced from artists in graduate degree programs, galleries, and museums. You can browse freely, or take its art style quiz for guidance. For today’s post here, I chose 15 completely random artworks for Rise Art that caught my eye. I’ve included a mix of mediums (photography, collage, paper cuts) as well as genres (portraiture, landscape, abstract, still life). And I definitely found some artists I’ll focus on in more details in the coming months.


Alma Haser, Paper Cranes, 2010
C-type print


Natasha Bonner, Wonderer (Two), 2011
C-type gloss


Clare Brewster,  We are Seeking the Source, 2012
Hand cut map, pins, foam board


Paul Laidler, Roombeek 7, 2012
Light jet print on Kodak Endura paper mounted on aluminum
and bonded onto 5mm clear perspex acrylic.


Laurent Baillet, Berlin, 2012
Gelatin silver print on dibond


Nadège Druzkowski, Jökulsárlón, 2012


Geoffrey Ansel Agrons, Catherine’s Choice, 2012
archival pigment print


Dane B. Rock, Pool, 2012
concrete foto acrylic glass


Ting-Ting Cheng, Russian Books, 2010
pearl photo paper Lambda Print


Paulina Wanowska, Angela, 2006
Archival pigment print


Takashi Murakami, Kansei Abstraction, 2012
Offset lithograph with cold foil stamp


Delphine Lebourgeois, Muse, 2012
Museum archival quality giclée print


Sir Peter Blake, Marilyn’s Door, 2008
Silkscreen print


Sarah Thomas, Sway, 2011, Archival pigment print


Hormazd Naielwalla, Le Petit Echo de la Mode, 2013
Original tailoring patterns, coloured paper, archival double sided tape

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