IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair : New York City
Ruiz-Healy Art is pleased to announce the gallery’s participation in the prestigious IFPDA, International Fine Print Dealers Association, taking place at the historic Park Avenue Armory. Ruiz-Healy Art represents an international roster of artists with an emphasis on Latin American, Latinx, and Texas based artists. As in other years, the gallery will highlight artists whose printmaking practice is an important part of their overall body of work. Artists selected for this year’s fair are: Laura Anderson Barbata, César A. Martínez, Ethel Shipton, Andrés Ferrandis, Francisco Toledo, Cisco Jiménez, and Nate Cassie.
About the IFPDA
The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is a non-profit organization of leading art dealers and galleries with expertise in the field of fine prints. Members are committed to the highest standards of quality, ethics, and connoisseurship, and to promoting a greater appreciation of fine prints among collectors and the public. Members are selected only after a rigorous application process; the dealers must exhibit a high level of expertise, adhere to a strict code of conduct with professional integrity, be invited by another member dealer, and will not even be considered unless established in business for at least five years. Ruiz-Healy Art is one of only two such member dealers in the state of Texas and the only member in the city of San Antonio.
Laura Anderson BarbataBienvenida a Casa, 2012Hand made paper and pulp painting using stencil24 x 18"
61 x 45.7 cm2 / 11
César A. Martínez, Pantalón Rosa Printed by Peter Webber of Austin, Texas, 1992, Lithograph, 35 x 23"
Cisco JiménezBloque geologico (green), 2015
Ethel Shipton, Roadwork Ahead Series: Give us a BRAKE, 2015
Andrés FerrandisMañanitas de Niebla, Tardecitas de Paseo: Transparente, 2015Archival pigmented prints on CF fine art matte textured paper 245 gr.14.5 x 14.5"
36.8 x 36.8 cm10 / 50
Nate CassieFour Texas Trees Full set of 12, 2011Etching, relief, aquatint10 x 10" each
Grid 46 x 34"12 / 15
Francisco ToledoChango, 2004Etching, edition 20/2021 x 12 in
53.3 x 30.5 cm20 / 20