INK Miami 2016 - Bringing the Finest Works on Paper

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The Annual INK Miami Art Fair is coming back for its 11th edition. Being held in Miami from November 30th until December 4th, 2016, it will bring together 11 galleries from both the United States and abroad that will offer collectors a diverse survey 20th-century masterworks and newly published editions by leading contemporary artists. Founded in 2006 by the International Fine Print Dealers Association, it is a unique event among satellite fairs of Art Basel Miami Beach for its exclusive focus on modern and contemporary works on paper by internationally renowned artists. It will take place in a lush open-air courtyard with surrounding suites transformed into uniquely defined gallery spaces. This will be a unique opportunity for museum curators, committed collectors and art enthusiasts to see and purchase the finest works on paper by an impressive rooster of international artists.

 

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Left: Stanley William – Hayter Falling Figure, 1947, Susan Teller Gallery / Right: Will Cotton – Deferred Promise, 2015, Flying Horse Editions

 

The Exhibitors

INK Miami 2016 will bring together 11 galleries, including 9 from the United States, 1 from United Kingdom and 1 from Ireland. This year’s exhibitors include Childs Gallery from Boston, United States presenting works by Ruth Eckstein, Erik Desmazières, Emily Lombardo and Sean Flood; Graphicstudio / USF from Tampa, United States presenting works by Sandra Cinto, Christian Marclay, Abel Barroso and Duke Riley; Stoney Road Press / Ireland from Dublin, Ireland presenting works by Monica Lundy; Susan Teller Gallery from New York, United States presenting works by Stanley William Hayter, Hugh Mesibov, William Baziotes, Lynd Ward, Michael J. Gallagher and Sue Fuller; Thomas French Fine Art from Fairlawn, United States presenting works by Alexander Calder, George Wesley Bellows, Chuck Close, Stanley William Hayter, David Smith and Zao Wou-Ki; Wildwood Press LLC from St. Louis, United States presenting works by Christine Corday, Juan Sanchez and Linda Schwarz; Flying Horse Editions from Orlando, United States presenting works by Will Cotton, Chakaia Booker and Jason Middlebrook; Hamilton-Selway Fine Art from West Hollywood, United States presenting works by Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Longo, Ed Ruscha and Andy Warhol; Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art from Miami, United States presenting works by Keith Haring, Alex Katz, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella and Andy Warhol; Tandem Press from Madison, United States presenting works by Andy Burgess, Suzanne Caporael, Lesley Dill, Sandra Ramos and Alison Saar; and Rabley Contemporary Gallery from Wiltshire, UK presenting works by Eileen Cooper, Jeff Powell, Rebecca Salter and Emma Stibbon.

 

The Exhibitor List

GalleryCountry
Childs GalleryBoston, US
Thomas French Fine ArtFairlawn, US
GraphicstudioTampa, US
Stoney Road PressDublin, IR
Tandem PressMadison, US
Susan Teller GalleryNew York, US
Wildwood PressSt. Louis, US
Ink Miami Invitational
Gregg Shienbaum Fine ArtMiami, US
Flying Horse EditionsOrlando, US
Rabley ContemporaryWiltshire, UK
Hamilton-Selway Fine ArtWest Hollywood, US

 

The Highlights of INK Miami

The selection of artworks will be rather impressive and very diverse, but we should mention some pieces that are definitely highlights of the fair. Be sure not to miss an intricate and fantastical woodblock and lithograph edition entitled Monkey Biz by Duke Riley at Graphicstuide/USF; seminal prints by prominent American Pop artists Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol at Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art; a visually hypnotic nine-color screen print by Jason Middlebrook at Flying Horse Editions; an impressive suite of etchings entitled The Caprichos by Emily Lombardo at Childs Gallery; striking figurative lithographs by American artist Robert Longo at Hamilton-Selway Fine Art; a bold woodcut by Royal Academy artist Eileen Copper at Rabley Contemporary Gallery UK; three-dimensional print sculptures by Lesley Dill and mixed media prints by Cuban artist Sandra Ramos at Tandem Press; a series of haunting portraits by the American artist Monica Lundy at Stoney Road Press/Ireland; colorful mixed media work by Stanley William Hayder at Susan Teller Gallery; subtle and contemplative photolithographic prints by Linda Schwarz at Wildwood Press LLC; and bold and colorful works by Alexander Calder and Chuck Close at Thomas French Fine Art.

 

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Left: Christine Corday – Relative Point, Lemmas 3, 2016, Wildwood Press LLC / Right: Monica Lundy – William, 2016, Stoney Road Press Ireland

 

The International Fine Print Dealers Association

Founded in 1987, the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is a nonprofit organization of expert art dealers and edition publishers fostering a greater appreciation of fine prints through exhibitions, programs, print fairs and the IFPDA Book Award. As an authority on fine art prints, IFPDA fosters understanding and growth within a global artistic community interested in prints. The IFPDA has presented the INK Miami as the premier event for works on paper during Art Basel Miami Beach since 2006.

 

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Alexander Calder – Environment and Evolution – Creation, 1973. Thomas French Fine Art

 

Practical Information

The 11th Annual INK Miami will take place from November 30th until December 4th, 2016 at the Suites of Dorchester Collins Avenue at the 19th Street Miami Beach. The preview breakfast will be held on November 30th from 9 to 11am. The VIP Pulp Party will be held on Thursday, December 1st from 8 to 10pm and it will include signature cocktails, cash bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and music. For more information, visit the official page of the fair.

 

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Roy Lichtenstein – Titled, 1996. Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

 

Nana Shiomi – Sixty Years Before and After Garden, 2016. Rabley Contemporary Gallery UK

 

Andy Burgess – Pool House, 2016. Tandem Press

 

Roy Lichtenstein – Reflections of Minerva, 1990, Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art

 

Sandra Cinto – Open Sea, 2016, Graphicstudio USF

 

Left: Tom Hammick – Passes Between Us, 2016. Rabley Contemporary Gallery UK / Right: Ed Ruscha – Sponge Puddle, 2015. Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

 

Left: Juan Sanchez – Victoria de Samotracia, 2000. Wildwood Press LLC / Right: Linda Schwarz – Saints, 2007. Wildwood Press

 

Sara Lee – First Light, 2016. Rabley Contemporary

 

Left: Emily Lombardo – Does the Pupil Know More, 2016. Childs Gallery / Right: Emily Lombardo – It Is Better to Be Lazy, 2016. Childs Gallery

 

Left: Chuck Close – Self Portrait, 2007. Thomas French Fine Art / Right: Zao Wou-Ki – Untitled Gravure 189, 1968. Thomas French Fine Art

 

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Jeff Powell – Big Eyed Beans from Venus III, 2013. Rabley Contemporary Gallery UK

 

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Left: Christian Marclay – Baka Booo Bam, 2016. Graphicstudio USF / Right: Christian Marclay – Fisssss Bang, 2016. Graphicstudio USF

 

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Left: Andy Warhol – Ads Mobil, 1985. Hamilton-Selway Fine Art / Right: Andy Warhol – Campbells Soup Pepper Pot, 1968. Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

 

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Emma Stibbon – Refuge, 2016. Rabley Contemporary Gallery UK

 

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Left: Alison Saar – Deluge, 2016. Tandem Press / Right: Alison Saar – High Yella Blue 09, 2016. Tandem Press

 

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Left: Alex Katz – Reclining Figure, 1987. Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art / Right: Frank Stella – River of Ponds IV, 1971. Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art

 

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Duke Riley – Monkey Biz, 2016. Graphicstudio USF

 

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Keith Haring – Best Buddies, 1990, Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

 

Featured image: INK Miami; INK Miami Entrance; Pulp Party. All images courtesy of INK Miami.
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