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 C7, Metropolitan Pavilion, Chelsea, 125 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011, USA