Pace Prints is pleased to present prints by Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney, and Robert Mangold at the 2018
IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair in its Booth 102 in celebration of its 50th Year as a print publisher and dealer.
Twenty years ago, David Hockney created a series of etchings at his Los Angeles studio in collaboration with the
master printer, Maurice Payne. Pace Prints was privileged at that time to exhibit these very sensitive etchings.
Featured in the Pace Prints exhibition in Booth 102 will be a selection of these David Hockney prints, a limited
number of which had remained in the possession of the Hockney archives.
The centerpiece of its Hockney exhibition will be Dog Wall, 1998, comprising 15 black and white etchings. The
individual prints vary in scale and are an impressive and dynamic suite of images.
In addition to Dog Wall, several additional Hockney images will be on exhibition including the black & white etchings,
Cacti on Terrace, Peonies in a Glass Vase, and Black Wire Plant and the two-color etchings, Van Gogh Chair (White),
Chair with Book on Red Carpet, and Red Wire Plant.
In keeping with the theme of exhibiting historically important prints that were published and exhibited during the
past decades, on display in Pace Prints Booth 102 at the IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair will be iconic prints by Helen
Frankenthaler and Robert Mangold:
Helen Frankenthaler’s two Ukiyo-e style woodcut prints, Geisha, 2003, in 23 colors, and Snow Pines, 2004, in 34
colors, were created by Frankenthaler in collaboration with Pace Prints master printer, Yasu Shibata.
Robert Mangold’s Plane/Figure Series, Folded I, II, III, IV, 1993, four soft ground color etchings with aquatint, is a rare
suite of prints that with color, line, and shape reflect both tension and elegance. The suite of etchings was printed
and published by Pace Prints.
Pace Prints (Pace Editions Inc.) is a publisher of contemporary fine art prints, monoprints, and multiples. Pace
Prints has collaborated with over 150 artists since 1968 and is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America
(ADAA) and the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA.)