This quirky print fair in Jerusalem is keeping print alive

Written by
Shahni Ben-Haim
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Who said print was dead?

The Hansen House in Jerusalem will serve as the venue for the In Print Fair 2018, which will feature hundreds of print artists from Israel and around the world. This time around they are shifting the focus on Israeli and Jerusalem-based artists.

© Yaara Zach

 At the end of this week, print enthusiasts can peruse the intricate prints of dedicated artists and enjoy music, artist talks and refreshments.

Admission to the fair is free to encourage those eager in adding to their print collection to purchase items such as special editions, hand-bound books, printed catalogs and independently printed 'zines in order to support and show appreciation for the talented artists directly. This is a perfect opportunity to find unique and local gifts for the creative in your life this holiday season.

Dec. 6-7
The Hansen House, 14 Gdalyahu Alon St, Jerusalem
For more information: hansen.co.il

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