Black Art In America Announces Inaugural Fine Art Print Fair Celebrating Legacy and Contemporary Printmakers
Black Art In America (BAIA), is thrilled to announce its first-ever Fine Art Print Fair. This groundbreaking event will bring together a diverse and talented group of legacy and contemporary artists, while spotlighting the rich tradition and intricate process of printmaking. The fair will take place in Atlanta, at the Black Art In America Gallery and Sculpture Garden, August 11-12, 2023.
The BAIA hosted Fine Art Print Fair will provide a unique opportunity for art enthusiasts, collectors, and the general public to engage with a curated selection of fine art prints. Showcasing contemporary artists from around the country alongside master printmakers, the event will present an extraordinary range of works that capture the essence of printmaking as a distinctive art form—in a masterclass about collecting fine art prints as an asset.
Bookending the Better Days: Joy and Revolution exhibition, the fair will give attendees the chance to explore an impressive array of prints created by both established and emerging artists. Featuring works by a collection of over 50 artists including Jamaal Barber, Kerry James Marshall, Robert Pruitt, Robin Holder and Delta Martin. The fair will give visitors the opportunity to engage with participating artists and master printmakers through interactive demonstrations and discussions. The fair will be open to the public and admission is free, with a percentage of proceeds from the opening day supporting the BAIA Foundation.
About Black Art In America: Black Art In America Gallery and Sculpture Garden is located at 1802 Connally Drive, Atlanta, GA 30344. Through its website (www.blackartinamerica.com) and quarterly publication, BAIA has become the leading platform for individuals seeking information about African American art.