20th August 2018
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair returns for its third edition offering a diverse selection from over 200 printmakers

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London’s only fair dedicated to contemporary printmaking, will return from 22-25 November. Moving to the former Artillery Museum within the Royal Arsenal, the fair will present a curated showcase of work by over 200 printmakers from acclaimed artists to new practitioners.

Now in its third year, it offers the opportunity to buy from artists working at the forefront of the medium, and discover more about their unique craft through interactive demonstrations, workshops and talks. Following an open call, over 300 works have been selected for inclusion in Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair by a panel of industry experts including Jack Bullen and Lizzie Glendinning (Founders, WCPF), Trevor Price (Vice President, Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers), Caroline Manganaro (Assistant Director, London Original Print Fair), Javier Pes (UK Editor, artnet) and Jessica Doyle (Design & Interiors Editor, The Daily Telegraph).

An additional 30 leading artists have been invited to exhibit work at the third edition of the fair, including Tom Hammock, Kate Malone and Alex Massouras. Galleries and institutions including the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, ThamesSide Print Studio and JEALOUS will also be showcasing prints by well known artists such as Tracey Emin, Grayson Perry and Gary Hume.

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, advance tickets are available to buy via www.woolwichprintfair.com (General Admission £7; Concessions £4.50)

Image Credit: Odilia Suanzes, Untitled, Graphite on Rise Paper, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair