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Baltimore Fair for Contemporary Prints & New Editions
Saturday, March 1 & Sunday, March 2
11 a.m.–5 p.m.

$12 BMA Members; $20 Weekend Pass includes both days and all events / $15 non-Members; $30 Weekend Pass includes both days and all events / Free, Students with I.D.


Peruse an international array of works from 12 major contemporary art dealers, galleries, and presses for this two-day, not-to-miss biennial event. Discover established and emerging artists including—for the first time—a group of talented students from the Maryland Institute College of Art offering contemporary works on paper.

The fair offers new and established collectors the opportunity to peruse prints in an intimate setting, talk personally with dealers, and learn more about contemporary artists and print-making techniques. Visitors will find limited-edition portfolios and single-image prints from such artists as Louise Bourgeois, Robert Motherwell, Dieter Roth, and Richard Serra, among others.


The Baltimore Fair for Contemporary Prints & New Editions is presented by the Print, Drawing & Photograph Society. Proceeds from the Print Fair are used to acquire contemporary works on paper for the BMA’s collection.

Center Street Studio, Milton, MA / Dolphin Press & Print, Baltimore, MD / Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA / Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl, New York, NY / Goya Contemporary & Goya-Girl Press, Baltimore, MD / Harlan & Weaver, Inc., New York, NY / Jungle Press Editions, Brooklyn, NY / Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY / Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD / Pyramid Atlantic, Silver Spring, MD / Solo Impression, New York, NY / Charles M. Young Fine Prints & Drawings LLC, Portland, CT

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