The largest international art fair focused exclusively on the artistic medium of printmaking, the Fine Art Print Fair is organized by the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA). Exhibiting works from the 16th through 21st centuries, the Fair is noted for its historical depth and as a platform for presenting new projects and editions by today’s leading artists.
Now in its 26th year, the Fair opens with a gala preview on Wednesday, October 25th in its new location at the Javits Center, just a few blocks from the new No. 7 Subway Extension and Manhattan’s bustling new Hudson Yards district. Now convenient to the High Line, the Chelsea Arts District and the Whitney Museum of American Art, the 2017 Fair presents an international roster of 81 leading art dealers from old master to modern and contemporary, including publishers of contemporary editions.
The wide historical spectrum includes old masters Rembrandt van Rijn, Albrecht Dürer, and Francisco Goya; Japanese ukiyo-e masters Hiroshige and Yoshitoshi; American masters James McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt and Edward Hopper; European Impressionists Edgar Degas and Édouard Manet; Modernists Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse; and postwar masterworks by Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Bourgeois, and Jasper Johns. New editions by leading contemporary artists such as Ann Hamilton, Julian Opie, Leonardo Drew, and Alex Katz will also premiere at the Fair.
Visit PrintFair.com for ticketing, programming and show information.
This sophisticated furnished hotel residence is located in the heart of the theatre district, in midtown Manhattan. Following a magnificent renovation by a team of top architects, AKA Time Square boasts a collection of 111 Manhattan hotel residences and sophisticated amenities. A striking bi-level penthouse lounge, envisioned by internationally acclaimed Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni-features a spectacular rooftop terrace, with breathtaking city views, and sleek furnishings, ideal for relaxation inside and out. The lower level of the lounge includes a high tech Technogym fitness center and media nook with laptop and printer.
Close to Bryant Park and most subway lines.
Urban adventure, daredevil design, and true affordability meet in Hudson, the ultimate lifestyle hotel for the 21st century. Close to Central Park and the theater district, Hudson is a brilliant reflection of the boldness and diversity of the city the quintessential New York hotel.
Come see Manhattan through the eyes of Kimpton Ink48 Hotel. Our Hell’s Kitchen setting puts a distinct spin on your perspective, with Manhattan skyline and Hudson River vistas, farm-to-table cuisine, laid-back ambience and high design that blends grit with grace. When it comes to meetings and events, our Heaven Over Hell Penthouse Suite will unapologetically take your breath away.
Rising above a former elevated train line that has become downtown’s favorite public park, The Standard, High Line is located in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Every one of the 338 rooms features a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Manhattan and/or the mighty Hudson River. The hotel’s inviting and scintillating public spaces include a bustling German beer garden at ground level, the rooftop discotheque Le Bain, the legendary Top of The Standard, and an outdoor public plaza with rotating art installations and a winter ice rink. A neighborhood staple, the award- winning Standard Grill melds a brasserie atmosphere with new American cuisine.
The Washington Jefferson Hotel beckons with comfortable, unpretentious accommodations, a warm staff and an exceptional, customer-oriented experience. Stay in one of our rooms and suites equipped with complimentary standard wireless Internet access, Frette linens and towels, iPod docking stations, a daily copy of The New York Times, luxury bathroom amenities and flat-screen HDTVs.