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Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair

We're excited to announce the Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair (BFAPF) is in its second iteration and is coming up March 30–April 2, 2023. It is the only all-contemporary print fair in the country. Twenty galleries, dealers, and print publishers present the finest investment-quality, limited-edition contemporary fine art prints, multi-part portfolios, and artist books by the best of established and emerging artists. Converse with the people who, in many cases, made the art, and fall in love with your next acquisition.

This year’s fair kicks off with a VIP Preview Party on Thursday, March 30, from 6:00–9:00 pm. Tickets for this much-anticipated event are $85/person (this ticket includes access to the fair all weekend). Day passes for general public hours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are $15/person. Tickets are available at

The Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair takes place on the top floor of the Baltimore Innovation Center, 1100 Wicomico Street, in Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood. A three-level parking garage is attached to the building (entrance at 940 Ostend Street). Please note the front door is the only ADA accessible entrance on Wicomico Street.

We're pleased to announce this year's list of BFAPF 2023 exhibitors:

Aspinwall Editions | Hudson, NY
Bleu Acier | Tampa, FL
Center for Contemporary Printmaking | Norwalk, CT
Childs Gallery | Boston, MA
Dolan/Maxwell | Philadelphia, PA
Flatbed Press | Austin, TX
Gemini GEL at Joni Moisant Weyl | New York, NY
Inky Editions | Hudson, NY
Kingsland Editions | Brooklyn, NY
Lily Press | Rockville, MD
Oehme Graphics | Steamboat Springs, CO
Outlaw Printmakers | Park Hills, MO
Overpass Projects | Providence, RI
Pyramid Atlantic | Hyattsville, MD
Solo Impression | Bronx, NY
Stewart & Stewart | Bloomfield Hills, MI
Tandem Press | Madison, WI
VanDeb Editions | Long Island City, NY
Wildwood Press | St. Louis, MO

Two talks are scheduled (so far). On Saturday, April 1, at 1:30 pm, Tom Hück and Ann Shafer will converse about Tom's crazy and wonderful woodcut editions. On Sunday, April 2, at 1:30 pm, Shelley Langdale and Phil Sanders will talk about museums and curators' role in the print ecosystem. Both talks take place within the fair space and are free to day-pass holders.

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