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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


The International Fine Print Dealers Association


250 West 26th Street, Suite 405 New York, NY 10001, USA Contact: Michele T. Senecal Executive Director


T: +(00) 212-674-6095 E: Info@ifpda.org W: www.ifpda.org


PRESIDENT


Paula McCarthy Panczenko VICE PRESIDENTS


David Cleaton-Roberts Barbara Krakow Mary Ryan Betsy Senior


TREASURER Joni Moisant Weyl


SECRETARY Armin Kunz


BOARD OF DIRECTORS Jose Aloy,


Polígrafa Obra Gráfica Richard J. Baiano, Childs Gallery


David Cleaton-Roberts, Alan Cristea Gallery Bernard Derroitte, Armstrong Fine Art Margo Dolan,


Dolan / Maxwell Lesley Hill,


Hill-Stone, Inc. Barbara Krakow,


Barbara Krakow Gallery Armin Kunz, C.G. Boerner Mary Ryan,


Mary Ryan Gallery Betsy Senior,


Senior & Shopmaker Gallery Ann Marshall, Durham Press


Robert Newman, Te Old Print Shop


Paula McCarthy Panczenko, Tandem Press David Tunick,


David Tunick Inc. Prints & Drawings Joni Moisant Weyl,


Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl


International Fine Print Dealers Association is dedicated to increasing the appreciation for works on paper among collectors and the general public through exhibitions, programs, art fairs, and the IFPDA Book Award. For over twenty-five years, the IFPDA has upheld the highest professional standards of quality and ethics, while promoting works on paper nationally and internationally to generations of collectors, curators, and specialists. Trough its network of members, online presence, and public programs,


A the IFPDA


fosters understanding and growth within a community interested in prints. Based in New York, with members in


thirteen countries, IFPDA membership reflects a worldwide community of leading experts and specialists that are trusted resources and authorities in the field. IFPDA members are vetted based on strict professional criteria and together, they represent the full spectrum of historical periods and movements in art, from Old Master to Modern and Contemporary prints from around the world. Currently the IFPDA encompasses more than 160 members, who are committed to fostering knowledge and stimulating discussion about collecting prints within the public, as well as fostering the growth of a community interested in works on paper. It is central to the mission of the IFPDA


to increase the awareness of the value and relevance of prints and collecting, and to cultivate a greater understanding and appreciation of the medium as an original


s the leading non-profit organisation of international art dealers, galleries, and contemporary editions publishers, the


work of art created by hand. Te IFPDA’s extensive, international database and website provides a comprehensive platform to explore, educate, and inform a vast network of dealers and partners. Te IFPDA is most readily identified with


the annual IFPDA Print Fair held each fall in New York City, which is unique among fairs given its singular focus. Te IFPDA Print Fair is dedicated to prints as well as new editions, presenting over 90 international exhibitors and attracting over 10,000 visitors, including patron groups, directors and curators of major museums and arts organisations. Te IFPDA provides


opportunities for


engagement


with the general public and the art world, organising annually Fine Art Print Week New York, of which the IFPDA Print Fair is the highlight, that brings together New York City galleries, museums, auction houses, and alternative spaces, and offers lectures and symposia related to prints. Te IFPDA supports scholarship and


programming that advances research, education and dialogue about works on paper. Te Annual IFPDA Book Award honours excellence in recently published books or catalogues in the field of prints and encourages research,


scholarship, and the discussion


of new ideas. And, since 2014, the IFPDA Foundation has funded educational projects providing training in the field of prints for a new generation of collectors, curators, and specialists. Trough the Foundation, the IFPDA also provides funding to museums and cultural institutions for exhibitions and programming focused on printmaking.


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