Still dreaming of those rolling hills in that delicate lithograph, the bold colours in that vibrant screenprint, or the edgy monotones of that crisp etching? Then you are in luck! After the success of November’s The Online Edition, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is delighted to offer you one last chance to #FindArtThatFits.
Tune in for this month’s Print Drop, 'What a Relief,' with its portfolio of emotive woodblocks and sleek linocuts, giving independant artists an opportunity to sell their work, while showcasing selections from some of our specialist exhibiting galleries and open access studios.
Featuring high quality original print at truly accessible prices, these drops are a chance to introduce the most exciting emerging and mid-career artists to your collection. Each print has been rigorously selected by a panel of industry experts meaning you can’t buy bad; every artist is one to watch. Mark your diaries, as each Flash Fair lasts for just three days, with purchase on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is the UK’s largest art fair dedicated to contemporary print. Held annually at London’s historic Royal Arsenal, in 2020 they introduced their online platform and presented The Online Edition which was visited by a record 80,000 people. Looking ahead to 2021, they present a hybrid model, with their return to Woolwich, 11 – 14 November 2021, supported by a virtual AR exhibition open a further two weeks until 28 November 2021. WCPF is proud to showcase the best in contemporary print presenting emerging and mid-career artists alongside established names. In 2020, they brought together over 500 international artists and over 800 original works in an exciting line-up of well-known names, emerging talent and specialist galleries, including Jealous Gallery, Atelier Rose & Gray, Paupers Press and Julian Page featuring artists such as Yinka Shonibare, Hugo Wilson and David Shrigley.