Artists to Watch at the London Original Print Fair
Including unique monotypes by Tracey Emin and exclusive prints by David Shrigley.
London Original Print Fair (LOPF), the longest-running art fair in London offering work by some of the world’s leading creatives, returns to Somerset House for its anticipated 38th edition. This year, the showcase will continue offering visitors the opportunity to explore, learn about and collect art by hosting over 40 exhibitions spanning six centuries of printmaking, exclusive new print launches, inspiring talks programs and live demonstrations.
There is something for everyone each year at the LOPF and for this edition, there are plenty of things to look forward to. Counter Editions will present “Love Story,” a solo display of new, unique monotypes by Tracey Emin. At the same time, Jealous Gallery will welcome a new exclusive print by David Shrigley titled “Leap into the Void.” Also worth checking out are Gilden’s Arts showcase of prints by Picasso and Chagall and Hidden Gallery’s works on paper by L.S. Lowry, Andy Warhol, Henry Moore, Bridget Riley, Robert Indiana and more.
Meanwhile, Tate will present prints by world-renowned contemporary artists, including Pablo Bronstein, France-Lise McGurn and Chris Ofili, and rare prints by Kim Lim, Paula Rego and Paule Vézelay. Elsewhere, Sims Reed Gallery will show a series of lithographs by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein titled “Cathedral Series,” along with pieces by David Hockney, Lucian Freud and Paula Scher.