IPCNY ANNUAL SPRING BENEFIT
SPONSORED BY THE Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE FOUNDATION


Anne Coffin, IPCNY Founding Director, at the IPCNY Spring Benefit, 2014

Anne Coffin, IPCNY Founding Director, at the IPCNY Spring Benefit, 2014


ABOUT IPCNY

Conceived to be the first and only non-profit exhibition space, resource and learning center devoted solely to artists’ prints, International Print Center New York (IPCNY) serves the needs of artists, printmakers, educators, publishers, students, collectors and general viewing public. It offers exhibition opportunities for contemporary artists through its New Prints Program which inaugurated the comprehensive program of exhibitions embracing all time periods and cultures, launched in 2000 with Hard Pressed at AXA Gallery and continuing today through our international and thematic exhibitions series.

Scholarly publications and education programs complement these exhibitions. Information services both in the gallery and on line, events for members and the public, and a website document and supplement our exhibitions; visits to local printmaking workshops, art fairs and galleries are arranged for our members. Entrance to the gallery is free, and IPCNY welcomes regular visits from many local universities during the academic year. IPCNY has been described by a New York City artist as the “epicenter of the print world.”

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2017 Annual Benefit EVENT INFORMATION

Jordan D. Schnitzer is proud to sponsor the International Print Center New York (IPCNY) Spring Benefit Dinner on May 24th. This year IPCNY honors Jim Dine, David Kiehl, and Barbara Krakow.

The benefit will include the event’s largest auction of editions, sold to benefit IPCNY’s exhibition and educational programming. 

For more information, visit the IPCNY website.


2016 Annual Benefit EVENT INFORMATION

Jordan D. Schnitzer is proud to sponsor the International Print Center New York (IPCNY) Spring Benefit Dinner on May 25th. The event brings together 375 guests—the largest turn out in IPCNY’s history—including artists, curators, collectors, gallerists, publishers, and noted philanthropic leaders. This year IPCNY honors West Coast artist and luminary John Baldessari; long-admired New York publisher and gallerist Brooke Alexander; and IPCNY’s own Founding Director Anne Coffin, for their innovation and leadership in the field of printmaking.

The benefit will include the event’s largest auction of editions, sold to benefit IPCNY’s exhibition and educational programming. Also featured at the event will be a special installation on a 70 foot wall of newly released and recent editions created by John Baldessari with his key publishers, Gemini G.E.L., Brooke Alexander Editions, Cirrus Editions, and Mixografia®.

For more information, visit the IPCNY website.

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