The IFPDA Print Fair held at The Park Avenue Armory in New York received glowing reviews in the press this year, not least by Karen Rosenberg of the New York Times who lead her article with the title: "Marquee Works Amid Buried Treasure: The Print Fair Has a New Emphasis on Gallery-like Shows".
She wrote of Frederick Mulder Ltd: "Then there is the matchup of Matisse and Picasso, at Frederick Mulder. Selections from Matisse’s late book of cutout-based prints, “Jazz,” face off with a complete edition of Picasso’s “Vollard Suite” (the portfolio of 100 etchings named for his dealer Ambroise Vollard, who appears in three of them). Any multimedia artist who wants to become more invested in printmaking would do well to spend some time with these modern classics."
It was a pleasure to participate once again and to catch up with friends old and new.
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