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Applications are now invited from fine art printers, illustrators, designers, photographers and any artists and creatives alike to submit works produced not earlier than 2019, to be displayed and sold at the HALFTONE Print Fair at The Library Project from 29 October to 22 November 2020.
Deadline of submissions: midnight Sunday 4th October.
Submissions should include the proposed works in any technique such as screenprint, stencil, risography, lithography, etching, inkjet printing, etc., without any limitation of approach or concept. All selected works will be on display during HALFTONE, at The Library Project from Thursday 29 October 2020, when they will go on sale.
Submission Deadline: Sunday 4 October
Communication with all artists: 5-11 October
Delivery of Artworks: 19-25 October
Running: 29 October-22 November
Collection of Unsold Artworks: 25-29 November
HALFTONE Print Fair is an initiative by PhotoIreland, hosted every year at The Library Project. Running for 25 days this year, the fair brings together a large selection of works by established and emerging artists, showcasing Ireland’s exciting Art scene. Every year, artworks go to private collections, homes, offices, as well as national collections. HALFTONE Print Fair returns this November, bringing together a large selection of works by established and emerging artists, showcasing Ireland’s exciting Art scene. Initiated in 2015, HALFTONE quickly became one of the busiest events on the calendars of The Library Project and Dublin’s Art scene.
This year, HALFTONE will also see the return of its latest sister event for book addicts called Tsundoku.
Tsundoku started last year extending HALFTONE’s celebration of the printed matter towards the format pf the book. This year, we are showcasing of finalists from the Kassel Dummy Award and the Australia and New Zealand Photo Book Award. The full list of events will be announced closer to the date.
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