E/AB Fair will celebrate two decades of contemporary art in print with a private Collectors Preview followed by a ticketed Vernissage on Thursday, October 25th, weekend programming and a new artist prize. This year’s fair will feature 50 publishers from the US, Canada, and Europe.
Renowned as a destination for discovery, E/AB Fair will showcase new works from private and institutional print studios working with established and emerging contemporary artists. E/AB Fair offers collectors, connoisseurs, and curious visitors free access to an international community of artists and publishers.
Committed to fostering the vitality of contemporary artists and publishers, E/AB will announce the recipient of the first Artist Award on Saturday, October 27. The cash prize will be awarded to an emerging artist working in print by a jury of curators, collectors and allied professionals.
With the aim of openly sharing ideas and information between producers and patrons, E/AB will host two public conversations during the fair:
- Friday, October 26 at 3pm – Janice Oresman,Art Collector, and Jennifer Farrell, Associate Curator of Drawings and Prints at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Collecting Prints
- Saturday, October 27 at 3pm – Saya Woolfalk, Artist, and Dexter Wimberly, Independent Curator on Print & Politics
between 27thand 28thStreets
For more information visit eabfair.org
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