IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair
October 26 - 29

Javits Center

River Paviliion

Eleventh Avenue and 35th Street, New York, NY

Exhibiting dealers are all members of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, an organization dedicated to the highest standards of quality and connoisseurship. The Association’s thorough vetting of its members assures collectors of each exhibitor’s expertise and professionalism, and of the authenticity and condition of works of art available for purchase.

Between the Clock and the Bed
June 24 - October 29, 2017

SFMOMA is currently showing 44 paintings by Edvard Munch on the themes of art, love, and mortality, many of which have never been exhibited before in the United States.  The exhibition will travel to The Met Breuer in New York this fall.

From Picasso with Love
September 1, 2017 - April 29, 2018

An exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Art brings together two Picasso paintings inspired by Eva Gouel, his muse during his Cubist period.

Pity and Terror in Picasso
April 5 - September 4, 2017

The Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid is hosting an exhibition commemorating the 80th anniversary of Picasso’s Guernica.  “Pity and Terror in Picasso” will be on view from April 5 through September 4, 2017.

The Armory Show 2016
March 3 - 6, 2016

The Armory Show is America’s leading international art fair taking place annually on pier 92 & 94, overlooking the Hudson River. Now in its 22nd year, The Armory Show is a New York cultural institution and a highly-anticipated event on the global arts calendar. With a commitment to presenting the highest-quality modern and contemporary art, The Armory Show connects the world’s foremost galleries with international collectors, curators and art professionals in the capital of the art world.

The New York Times Art Review: The Armory Show 2016
March 4, 2016

John Szoke

This print dealer presents three excellent mini-shows: works by Jean Cocteau on the outside wall and, inside to the left, prints by Edvard Munch, including a morbidly erotic drypoint depicting a voluptuous nude woman embracing and kissing a skeleton. Among prints by Picasso on the right side is “Portrait de Femme” (circa 1897), an 8-inch-by-6-inch picture of a woman drawn by the then-teenage artist in colored pencil and charcoal with exactingly sensitive realism. Made before the artist became known by a single name, it’s signed and dedicated “P. Ruiz Picasso por Paula.”