The New York Satellite Print Fair Goes Virtual



The return of The New York Satellite Print Fair
In-person and Virtual, this fall 2022.

Please mark your calendar for October 27 to 30, 2022.

Note that the live show has moved to Shop Studios 528 W. 39th St (3rd floor), New York, NY 10018.

Thursday, October 27, 10 am • 6 pm

Friday, October 28, 10 am • 6 pm

Saturday, October 29, 10 am • 6 pm

Sunday, October 30, 10 am • 4 pm

The Virtual Show is online at

After two years of virtual shows, the New York Satellite Print Fair is thrilled to announce its return as an in-person show.
17 exhibitors, including 8 contemporary print publishers will show at the Shop Studios, steps from the Javits center. 

The show is free and open to all and will feature works on paper from Old Masters to the most recent editions.
We hope you will join us and rediscover the joy of browsing art and conversing with exhibitors and fellow visitors in person.

For those of you who are unable to travel to New York to browse the show in person, please visit our website
A select number of exhibitors will also present their best new acquisitions of works on paper in our online show, from Thursday 10/27 to Sunday 11/6.

Our roster of Exhibitors:

David Allen Fine Arts

Armstrong Fine Arts

Jeannot R. Barr Prints & Drawings

William P. Carl Fine Prints

Center Street Studio

Marc Chabot Fine Arts

Eminence Grise Editions LLC / Michael Steinberg Fine Art
Evil Prints / Tom Huck

Flatbed Center for Contemporary Printmaking
C. & J. Goodfriend Drawings and Prints
Anthony Kirk Editions
Mesh Art Gallery
Oehme Graphics
Overpass Projects
Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts
Salad Editions
Stevens Fine Art
VanDeb Editions
Verne Collection



 The New York Satellite Print Fair is now in its 11th year, having begun in 2010 when a group of dealers partnered with a show promoter to produce a show at the New York Lighthouse for the Blind on East 57th Street to serve as an adjunct to the International Fine Print Dealers Association’s (IFPDA) New York Print Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. The fair later moved to The Bohemian Hall on East 77th Street, and then followed the IFPDA Fair to the West Side, where it found a new home at Hudson Mercantile’s Annex 37.

New York Print Fair - New York Satellite Print Fair - Bohemian National Hall

Throughout the annual iterations of the fair in the different locations, there has been a cadre of supportive dealers, about half of them IFPDA members and the rest well-established sellers from all over the United States, as well as Canada and even Europe. Plans were already underway to produce the 2020 show at Annex 37 when the Covid virus pandemic created a situation where it is not feasible to hold live shows and fairs. The IFPDA and Editions/Artists’ Books Fair canceled their shows, and The NY Satellite Print Fair followed suit and canceled their event at Annex 37 for this year.

New York Satellite Print Fair - online virtual advertisement

They have since created the NY Satellite Print Fair 2020 – Virtual Edition to take place October 16 to 25. This fall, it will substitute for the “live” fair, but going forward organizers plan to use it to supplement future live fairs by providing opportunities for those who cannot get to the live show to see selected works and access the websites of the exhibitors to see the full range of their inventories. Space limitations at Annex 37 enabled the show to accommodate 17 booths; in the virtual world there are no such limitations, so they have invited additional dealers to exhibit.

IFPDA New York Print Fair - virtual edition

The works shown encompass the full range of works on paper — prints, drawings and photographs, and the full range of art movements and times. Exhibitors include specialists in the works of the Old Masters, as well as of Modern and Contemporary American, European and Asian artists. Some of our exhibitors are master printers and publishers who work directly with artists to create new work and bring it before the public; others are secondary market dealers, who find, and curate works from the past. Visitors are able to enjoy the virtual booths of the exhibitors or search for specialty interests within the various categories provided.