Five Galleries to Follow at IFPDA and Contemporary Istanbul
In the midst of our IFPDA Print Fair and Contemporary Istanbul previews, we treat you to five outstanding fair booths that will be on view when doors open next week. Even if you can’t make it to Istanbul or New York’s Park Avenue Armory next week, follow these fantastic galleries.
Mixografia: Los Angeles gallery Mixografia has a rich history as a family-run gallery and workshop that has developed Mixografia©, an innovative printing technique to create prints in relief with fine, three-dimensional surface details. At IFPDA the gallery shows a dynamic collection of their surface-relief prints including John Baldessari photomontages, a basketball-inspired mosaic by Dario Escobar, and other prints infused with physicality.
Leslie Sacks Fine Art: Also located in L.A., Leslie Sacks Fine Art specializes in fine prints and unique works on paper by modern and contemporary masters. In its eclectic IFPDA booth the gallery shows lithographs from Lichtenstein an etching and an aquatint by Picasso, a Christo and Jeanne-Claude Storefront and two later works by Warhol among other modern and contemporary masters.
Alan Cristea Gallery: Located in London’s Mayfair district, Alan Cristea Gallery is known for its dedication to prints and editions, and represents leading international contemporary artists and several artists estates. Its IFPDA booth is a circus of color with a plethora of “Homage to the Square” prints by Josef Albers, gestural works by Howard Hodgkin, Jim Dine Robes and Venus’s and a vast collection of Remnant prints by Richard Woods.
C24: New York’s C24, a relatively new Chelsea gallery that shows contemporary art across a range of media, will attend Contemporary Istanbul next week. On view are text-based works by Robert Montgomery, who will be speaking with C24 director Lisa de Simone at the fair as part of the CI Dialogues program. In addition the gallery shows Katja Loher’s glass bubbles and a portrait work by Irfan Önürmen.
Pi Artworks: Pi Artworks is committed to showing contemporary Turkish and international artists, with branches in Istanbul’s Tophane and Galatasaray districts and a new branch in London. With hometown advantage at Contemporary Istanbul the gallery presents an exciting and diverse lineup of Turkish and International artists including Turan Aksoy, Volkan Aslan, Susan Hefuna, Horasan and Nejat Sati, among others.
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