Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair dedicated to contemporary printmaking returns this November

London’s only fair dedicated to contemporary printmaking returns for a fourth year from November 7-10, presenting a curated selection of limited-edition artworks.

Featuring more than 500 artworks for sale from celebrated artists such as Sir Peter Blake, Mat Collishaw and Stephen Chambers to the newest talent selected, the fair showcases the latest innovations in printmaking.

More than 300 artists working across a whole range of techniques and processes were selected.

These prints will be featured alongside artworks exhibited by specialist print galleries such as Atelier Rose and Gray, and Pratt Contemporary.

As well as offering visitors the opportunity to buy artworks directly from practitioners on-site, a programme of interactive demonstrations, hands-on workshops and talks from experts takes place among the exhibited works over the course of the fair.

Also featured at the fair are Woolwich Contemporary Editions, an exclusive selection of 11 accessible, limited edition works available to purchase online that have been produced by some of the most exciting international contemporary printmakers.

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair was founded in 2016 by husband and wife team Jack Bullen and Lizzie Glendinning, founders of Brocket Gallery, as a vital forum to nurture the ecosystem of contemporary printmaking.

The Fair is held in the Royal Arsenal in the heart of the new Woolwich Creative District.

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