SAN ANTONIO, TX.-
After a virtual edition in 2021, the McNay Art Museum
s highly-anticipated annual Print Fair is celebrating its 26th anniversary in person in the museums Leeper Auditorium. The fair is open to the public on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, May 1 from Noon to 5 p.m. Fair admission on Saturday is free for McNay members, and included in Museum admission for non-members. Print Fair and general admission is free for everyone on Sunday, courtesy of the Dickson-Allen Foundation.
The McNay Print Fair is still the only event of its kind in Texas and the greater Southwest, featuring 10 dealers from across the country and hundreds of works of art for show and sale during this two-day public event. Participating dealers will have something for every taste and budget, from old master prints to contemporary drawings and photography.
This event is such a highlight for the McNay because it offers an opportunity for our entire community to meet respected art dealers, and share in the pure joy of looking at art, said Lyle W. Williams, McNay Curator of Modern Art, Curator of Prints and Drawings. Event attendees help keep the printmaking community thriving, and contribute to a growing collector base in San Antonio and South Texas.
Participating galleries include:
Armstrong Fine Art | Chicago, IL
William P. Carl Fine Prints | Durham, NC
Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art | Riderwood, MD
The Prints and the Pauper | Santa Monica, CA
Ruiz-Healy Art | San Antonio, TX
Mary Ryan Gallery | New York, NY
Kim Schmidt Fine Art | New York, NY
William R. Talbot Fine Art | Santa Fe, NM
Susan Teller Gallery | New York, NY
Warnock Fine Arts | Palm Springs, CA