We’re really looking forward to the London Original Print Fair!
Here at ArtChina we’re very excited to be exhibiting at the London Original Print Fair 3 – 6 May 2018. But we’re also looking forward to seeing the artworks of other exhibitors!
The London Original Print Fair is a fabulous celebration of the world of print.
In the words of LOPF Chairman, Gordon Cooke, “Our annual event brings together a disparate international community, so that visitors can experience every aspect of the print world.”
There is huge diversity amongst the galleries, dealers and institutions taking part (nearly 50 exhibitors in total).
Here are just three of the stands we’ll be visiting:
- Glasgow Print Studio at Stand 41: An artist led initiative providing facilities and workshop space for artists to create fine art prints. Their guide ‘What is a print?’ tells you all you need to know about the wonders of printmaking. They will be showcasing some of the best new works produced in their printmaking workshop over the past year. More on Twitter: @GlasPrintStudio
- Moritaka Gallery at Stand 45: this amazing gallery based in Tokyo will be showing works by a number of Japanese artists. One of their artists, Shoji Myamoto, will give a talk entitled New Inspirations in Japanese Woodcut. This will be on Sunday at 3pm. Definitely worth attending! For more information take a look on Facebook: /moritakajpn
- The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers at stand 28: The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers is one of the world’s premier printmaking organisations. All of the Society’s members are practising professional printmakers, elected after a rigorous selection by a panel of their peers. They are based at Bankside Gallery, next to Tate Modern. Take a look on Instagram: /re_originalprints
- So that’s just a flavour of what you can expect to see at LOPF. Meanwhile we look forward to welcoming you to our own stand no. 23. See you there!