VIP Paper’ (19 – 21st April) will bring on-line together top international modern and contemporary print and works on paper dealers offering fresh-to-the-market fine prints and works on paper.
Lisa Kennedy, chief executive of VIP Art Fair said: ‘We continue to push the concept of what the art world can offer in the Internet space, giving collectors and dealers the opportunity to connect and transact both on and offline, in the context of our events and our advancing tools and functionality.’ ‘We’re expanding the programme and simultaneously expanding the tools and services so that we can continue to bring the freshest and most innovative works to an active international art market’, she added.
Participating galleries include:
Alan Cristea (London),
Barbara Krakow (Boston),
Brooke Alexander (New York),
Gemini G.E.L. (Los Angeles),
Durham Press (Pennsylvania),
Tandem Press (Wisconsin),
Bernard Jacobson (London),
Craig Starr (New York) and many more.
Concurrent with Damien Hirst’s retrospective at the Tate Modern, Paul Stolper (London) will feature Damien Hirst’s new foil block print editions depicting pills, diamonds, or cigarettes arranged in metal cabinets as an extension of their gallery’s “Utopia” exhibition.