International Fine Art Print Fair Goes Online

Leyden, 1991, by Janet Fish. Screenprint in 12 colors on Rives BFK paper. Printed and published by Stewart & Stewart. (Photo ©
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O ver the last few years, I’ve covered dozens of art fairs. The TEFAF fair in Maastricht was my last, and, I believe, the Western world’s last, live fair, for now. I wrote about it here in early March. It closed a few days later, after a dealer was hit with COVID-19, and within a few days after that, an axis of panicky politicians and lifer health bureaucrats closed the world’s economy. The news business goaded them with their “grandma’s gonna die unless” headlines.

Not that the art world figured in anyone’s analysis of costs and benefits. Nobody in public authority seems

(Photo: David Tunick, Inc., New York)


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