19—21 April 2011
In the Main Galleries, Burlington House
Grayson Perry, 'Map of Nowhere', (detail) 2008. © The artist and Paragon Press, London The London Original Print Fair is the longest-running specialist print fair in the world. The 26th Fair will have 52 exhibitors in the main galleries at the Royal Academy and will have dealers, print workshops and publishers from America, France, Germany and Ireland as well as Britain.
Works on sale range from as little as £100 to over £100,000, from etchings by Canaletto and engravings by Hogarth, to the works of established contemporary artists such as Peter Blake and David Hockney. For the first time in its history the Fair is delighted to have as an exhibitor the Royal Academy Schools, who will showcase work by current and past printmakers. The latest work from the print department at the Royal Academy Schools and the Royal College of Art offers an opportunity to buy work by emerging artists.
The Fair has organised an exciting programme of talks, demonstrations and children’s workshops, made possible by the generous support of Towry Wealth Advisers.
Tuesday 10am - 9pm
Wednesday 10am - 9pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Adult: £10 including catalogue
Concessions: £7 including catalogue
Tickets are available from the Royal Academy Ticket Office either in advance or on the day of your visit.
Joint tickets for London Original Print Fair and Watteau: The Drawings are available at the RA Ticket Office only.
Friends of the RA have free entry and may bring a family adult guest and up to four family children under the age of 16.
Fair office: T. +44 (0) 20 7439 2000; E. email@example.com
Gavin Turk - London Original Print Fair Event
The London Original Print Fair is very happy to present the first annual Printmaking Lecture as part of the 26th Print Fair. 'Talking Turk' will feature artist Gavin Turk in conversation with art critic Louisa Buck.
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