Exchange #12

The International Print Exchange is an unjuried print exchange with no assigned theme, open to all, that celebrates fine art printmaking.

Exhibition

The International Print Exchange exhibition is a unique opportunity to see work from printmakers all around the world, to explore various printmaking methodologies and practices and to purchase quality prints at an affordable price.

 

Virtual Exhibition
This year, due to Covid-19, our exhibition will be held virtually online via our website allowing visitors the chance to experience all 209 prints from the comfort of home.

Dates
5 - 31 Oct 2020

Participating Printmakers

209 Prints / 20 Countries

IPE2020-046

The Floating Life

by Janine (Jay) Howe

Australia

IPE2020-148
IPE2020-036

Mr. Time – XI

by Łukasz Cywicki

Poland

IPE2020-189
IPE2020-041

Room VI

by Elaine Crowe

Ireland

IPE2020-065

Sugar plum shower

by Mika Sakimoto

Japan

IPE2020-117

Beautifully balanced?

by Amanda Rose

United Kingdom

IPE2020-108
IPE2020-055

Me and my bike

by Peter de Leur

The Netherlands

IPE2020-081

Corona Blues

by Cheryl McCoy

Australia

IPE2020-214
IPE2020-105

Blue Mountain

by Harriet Cash

United Kingdom

IPE2020-166

Tranquil

by Vibhashini Suresh

India

IPE2020-001

Monks in Royal Mile Edinburgh

by Jane Dennis

United Kingdom

IPE2020-170
IPE2020-032
IPE2020-006

Dog and Cats

by Jerzy Gorbas

Poland

IPE2020-071

In the shade

by Takanori Iwase

Japan

Limited Edition A2 Poster

£5 each

Coffee Table Book

£20 Softback / £25 Hardback

Catalogue

£1 each

How it Works

Each participating printmaker creates and submits a limited edition of ten prints specifically for the exchange. These prints are created using a recognised fine art printmaking technique with archival materials. Of the ten prints submitted, Green Door Printmaking Studio keeps two; the first for our archive and exhibition; the second for sale to fund future exchange projects (in return, if sold, this printmaker will receive free entry to the following year's exchange).

The remaining prints are randomised and sorted, and each printmaker receives eight random prints in return from all printmakers all over the world.