Diana Ewer and Katsutoshi Yuasa at SNAP 2012
We're delighted that TAG Fine Arts' co-founder Diana Ewer and artist Katsutoshi Yuasa have been invited to participate in the Second International Printmaking Symposium 'SNAP 2012' in Rheine, Germany (27 - 30 September 2012).
Presented by the Print Association Bentlage and the cultural institution Kloster Bentlage, SNAP is an international platform for the printmaking industry. This year it asks: "Is printmaking a dying medium or an upcoming subject of renaissance?"
Printmaking Today: A Commercial Perspective | Lecture by Diana Ewer | Friday 28 September, 11:30
Contemporary Prints in the Museum World and the Art Market | Moderator - Prof. Emeritus Walter Jule, University of Alberta | Speakers - Diana Ewer, Daniel F Herrmann, Matthias Kunz, Susan Tallman, Prof. Lis Ingram and Dr. Paul Laidler | Friday 28 September, 15:00
Out of the Studio: the artist presents his own work | Katsutoshi Yuasa | Saturday 29 September, 14:00
You can view the full schedule on their website.
Diana is currently curating a solo exhibition of Katsutoshi Yuasa's woodcut prints. 'Katsutoshi Yuasa: Miraculous' opens at the ISE Cultural Foundation in New York this November, and TAG Fine Arts will produce an accompanying publication. Keep an eye out here for more information!
Booth C8 | Metropolitan Pavilion 125 W 18th St NY 10011 | 23rd-27th September 2020