GRANDE Print Art Fair
The GRANDE Print Art Fair will return in the spring of 2019 as part of the Montreal Printed Arts Festival! Follow the festival and its calls for submissions and participation on Facebook here.
The 2017 edition gathered more than 60 artists and organizations selling posters and printed art. The public got to meet and mingle with the artists who showcased the incredible vitality of this artistic community in Montreal. Silkscreen prints, letterpress, engravings, every form and every new trend in printed art was on display!
Organized by the team behind Expozine, the Grande fair was the perfect time to discover original artwork, the opportunity to meet the artists, organizations and collectives who make the print art world thrive in Montreal.
In 2017, GRANDE was presented in collaboration with the exhibitions and activities of the Chromatic festival. Innovative art installations, virtual reality and digital art, and various printing, zine-making and 3d printer workshops took place in the same large hangar next to the Grande Print Art Fair.
Here is the list of the artists and collectives who were present at the 2017 edition:
Anteism, Arprim centre d’essai en art imprimé, Atelier-Galerie A.Piroir, Aura, Billy Mavreas/ Monastiraki, Collectif Princesse Sorcière Poubelle, Coop Coup D’Griffe, DogEarPrints, Dominique Desbiens, Editorial Merma, Egotrip Productions, Fatherly Figure, Genevieve Kote, GYMNASE – atelier, In Young Jang, Jisu Lee, Julien Castanié Illustration, L’abricot / Grilled cheese, Laurence Perreault, le collectif correct, Les Imprimeurs de nuit, Linda Vachon / tête de caboche, Mariane Laforest, Mathilde Cinq-Mars, Mathieu Parent, Mel and Alex Illustration, On N’a Rien Volé (ONRV), Pascal Normand, Pat Hamou Illustration and Design, Paul Jung, Plant World Printing, Plastic Press, Post-Punk Art Now, Quentin Celest Illustrations, Ravy Illustration, , Reine Vanille, Revue HB, slep, Stéphanie Brière, Stolen Ground, Thomas SUBTIL, Todd Stewart.
Grande is part of Montreal Printed Art Festival (FAIMTL), made possible by the Conseil des arts de Montréal.