P ace Prints’ philosophy was developed to mirror that of Aldo Crommelynck, one of the 20th century’s master printers. Prior to working with Pace, Crommelynck had assisted such luminaries as Henri Matisse, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso, and it was his influence that became the basis for the workshop’s collaborative relationship between artists and master printers. Pace Prints’ trusted reputation has resulted in years-long relationships with artists as they experiment with printmaking and explore different techniques to produce some of the finest editions in contemporary art.
Pace Prints’ trusted reputation has resulted in years-long relationships with artists as they experiment with printmaking.
In their exhibition space, the printmaking studio in Manhattan and the papermaking workshop in Brooklyn, Pace Prints provides remarkable opportunities for artistic collaboration, repeatedly breaking new ground in the possibilities of printmaking as well as pushing the boundaries of paper as a material.
For over 50 years, Pace Prints has been a catalyst for creativity, working with internationally renowned artists such as Julian Schnabel and Ai Weiwei, exhibiting the work of Keith Haring and Agnes Martin, as well as a multitude of emerging artists. Pace Prints participates in prestigious annual events such as ADAA’s Art Show and the IFPDA Print Fair. Their limited-edition prints and monotypes are now available on sothebys.com as well as at Pace Prints’ gallery space at 521 West 26th St in New York City.
Sotheby’s is proud to partner with Pace Prints, offering works directly from the publisher while providing an easy solution to purchase prints and multiples through its online Buy Now marketplace.