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The Library Project, Saturday 29th October - Sunday 27th November

The 8th Edition of HALFTONE Print Fair will be hosted in November 2022

HALFTONE is the ideal place where to get to grips with a diversity of printing techniques while discovering new work for your collection or finding an excellent present. It is a great opportunity to purchase fantastic artworks at enviable prices!

HALFTONE is an initiative by PhotoIreland hosted every year at The Library Project. Every edition, the fair brings together a large selection of works by established and emerging artists, showcasing Ireland’s exciting Art scene.

Come and enjoy a great selection of artworks from many disciplines and practices including etchings, intaglios, reliefs, screenprints, monotypes, risographs, photographs and more!

With your help, HALFTONE has raised over €68,000 for artists since 2015, supporting and promoting the practice of over 700 participating artists to date, shipping their work internationally, and contributing to public and private collections.

Artists are selected through invitation and an open call aimed at fine art printers, illustrators, designers, photographers and creatives alike, to be displayed saloon-style and sold at the Temple Bar venue The Library Project and online at thelibraryproject.ie. The fair format aims to motivate collecting and to excite artworks sales, supporting the artists’ practice. Each year sees a high number of private and corporate sales, as well as sales to public collections.


Date:
Saturday 29th October - Sunday 27th November
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
The Library Project, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The Library Project, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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