Henry Moore 'Eight Reclining Figures in Yellow, Red and Blue', 1966, lithograph
Spring 2009
The market for the YBA generation and the urban artists has suffered with the credit crunch but the more ‘classic’ contemporary and modern artists have held up much better, and there is still plenty of value to be found in their prints.
The London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy runs from 22 to 26 April. This year we are back in the main rooms and the range of artists being shown is as wide as usual – from Rembrandt to Hirst. The quality is assured given the exhibitors and my contribution can be seen under my  ‘Exhibitions’ page..
Some exhibitions of interest
There is the usual bunch of good exhibitions in London – Picasso – Challenging the Past at the National Gallery until 7 June is outstanding and Rodchenko and Popova at Tate Modern is also a must – until May 17. At the RA the great Japanese artist Kuniyoshi’s woodcuts are showing until June 7.
Outside London a fascination exhibition of Moore, Nicholson and Hepworth – A nest of gentle artists in the 1930s closes  on
April 19 at Norwich Castle Museum, and the Glasgow Art Fair from 23 to 26 April always throws up some interesting artists –
a pity it coincides with the Print Fair.



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