Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair announces artist line-up for 2020 edition of Fair

After the fantastic response to this year’s Open Call, with more works submitted from artists across the world than ever before, they are delighted to finally reveal their artist line-up for the 2020 edition of Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.

Names of all of the successful 2020 artists from the International Open Call can now be found on the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair website. They will be joining an exciting line-up of well-known names and specialist galleries, including Jealous Gallery and Atelier Rose & Gray through 12 – 15 November 2020 at the historic Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.

Now in its fifth year, WCPF exhibits over 500 international artists over four days at the striking, ex-industrial space of London’s historic Royal Arsenal. As the UK’s largest contemporary print fair, they are dedicated to finding innovative and interactive ways of engaging with contemporary art and creating an accessible arena for aspiring and established collectors.

Follow the WCPF Instagram page to learn even more about each of the 2020 artists in the lead up to this year’s fair. They will be publishing exclusive content, created and curated specifically for our followers, to help you to discover new artists, experience the magic of printmaking and find the art that perfectly fits your home.

Boodle Hatfield is delighted to have been advising and supporting Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair for a number of years. At the 2019 edition of the Fair, the Boodle Hatfield Printmaking Prize was launched, followed by a prize giving evening in late February at which the shortlisted prints were displayed and the winner announced.

Yuki Scholl, Gust, 2020, Carborndum
Ade Adesina & David Mach, The Great Escape, 2019, Linocut
Virginia Bridge, Southbank 2, 2020, Etching (Aquatint)
Emerson Mayes, A Quarrel of Edgeland Sparrows, 2020, Drypoint

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