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HUDGRAPH Graphic Arts Fair



HUDGRAPH Graphic Arts Fair

Graphic Arts Fair 2008

March 19 - March 23, 2008

Graphic Arts Fair

drawings, pastel, water color, photographs, printed graphics

III Graphic Arts Exhibition-Fair .


March 19-23, 2008, The Exhibition Hall, New Manege.

Within the framework of the HUDGRAPH Fair, participants present a wide variety of graphic products to the Art market : original graphics, printed graphics, photographs.

The first Graphic Arts Fair in Moscow was held in March, 2006, and proved to be a success. 35 Galleries from Moscow, Krasnodar and Minsk took part in the Fair. Works of art in classical and modern printing techniques, drawings of well-known artists, posters, photographs and other various techniques were exhibited at the Fair.

One of the most significant art exhibits at the Fair were Russian graphics – from the drawings of Phillip Maliavin, Sergey Gerasimov, to well-known Soviet posters, book graphics - Vereisky, Tirsa, Konashevich, the works of non-conformists of soviet 60-th- Krasnopevtsev,Yakovlev and contemporary engraving.

Several graphic exhibitions are held in Russia: a Biennial graphics Fair in Kaliningrad and Novosibirsk and a Triennial exhibition of printed graphics in Ufa. The HUDGRAPH Fair is the first specialized commercial Art Fair to respond to the growing interest of the Art market in graphic Arts, on the one hand traditional and antique methods, and on the other, in its new forms of computer graphics and photography.

The Fair expose the following:

Original graphics - drawing, watercolor, pastel, monotype, collage, application,


Printed graphics – printing press (engraving, lithograph, silk-screen printing, also books and crafts (cards, posters)

Computer graphics - images achieved through the processing of graphic images by

means of computer facilities.

Photography, photo-graphics as a new form of graphics, using photographic technology..

The Fair does not impose age restrictions on the items presented.

These may be both modern works, and works of graphic Art from the 19 to the 20th. Century.

The Venue – The Exhibition Hall, New Manege.

Participants - Galleries, Associations, Art shops, Artists and Photographers.

Special projects - several special projects will be exhibited within the framework of the Fair.

Phone: 495 692 37 39, 8 916 619 47 07