Shore Publishing is excited to be exhibiting at NADA Miami at Ice Palace Studios. The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.
This year’s Fair will gather exhibitors from around the US and the world, showing their latest publications at The Caldwell Factory (aka Cedar Lake) in the heart of New York’s Chelsea art district. The Fair will take place during New York’s Print Week, to coincide with IFPDA’s Print Fair, and dozens of special exhibitions, talks, and workshops throughout the city.
Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples, and artists’ books for over 20 years now. Renowned for its cultivation of an international community of publishers, E/AB Fair provides a platform for their growth in the art market. Each year, the Fair presents a thoughtfully curated exhibition of works by hundreds of emerging and established artists and an informative program of talks.
Founded in 1998 by Susan Inglett of I.C. Editions, in partnership with Brooke Alexander Editions and Printed Matter, the Fair is now presented by the Lower East Side Printshop, a non-profit organization. E/AB Fair provides free admission in order to introduce the broad public to contemporary prints, multiples and artists’ books.
“Mae Shore is a trailblazer who is creating a new art scene in our area—we are seeing artists opening studios and galleries following her lead.” -Michael Bruno
- Matthew Day Jackson, LIFE, June 5th 1944 (2014)
- Rust (iron oxide) transfer and woodblock, 30 1/4 x 21 3/4 inches. Edition of 25. Printed by Shore Publishing. Published by Hauser & Wirth Editions with Diane Villani.
Cheymore Gallery is happy to announce its inaugural exhibition "six by seven by eleven".
Scott Hurst is a self taught photographer living in Hollywood. He has been taking photos around the U.S. for the last twelve years.
The images in this show were shot with a Fuji 6x7 using Kodak film and printed in the darkroom by Faulkner Short of Portland, Oregon. All images are 2006- 2011.