Welcome to our LOPF 2019 Talks Programme 


*Free with your LOPF ticket*

As one of our LOPF subscribers we are delighted to invite you to sign up to our exclusive talks.
Due to limited places, we would ask you to let us know in advance if you have reserved a space and are unable to attend.


Humphrey Ocean RA

Birds, Cars and Chairs:
Adventures in Printmaking


 Humphrey Ocean made his early prints in New York and now works with the renowned Print Studio in Cambridge to produce his distinctive images. In discussion with Katherine Oliver, Ocean will explore the importance of printmaking within his practice and the collaborative nature of working in print.


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly | W1J 0BD London

Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 12:00 to 12:40



Stephen Chambers RA

 When Trouble Meets Trouble


Stephen Chambers RA talks about Prints and Printmaking with Susan Tallman, Editor-in-Chief of Art in Print.


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly | W1J 0BD London

Thursday, 25 April 2019 from 12:00 to 12:40



Rachel Howard

The Print and The Poem


Artist Rachel Howard talks to Poet Alan Moon about the collaborative nature of The Print and The Poem series, the ways in which Art inspires Art.


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly | W1J 0BD London
Sunday, 28 April 2019 from 15:00 to 15:40 



Frame London

Purchasing a Print is one thing.
Picking the perfect Frame is another.


Frame London, specialising in contemporary conservation framing, have teamed up with The London Original Print Fair to help guide you in the right direction. How to hang your prints? Which colour you should choose and what kind of finish? What mount to use? What IS a mount? Learn to understand how picking a Frame can be fun, and can add to the overall style of your collection.

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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly | W1J 0BD London 
Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 15:00 to 15.40




Helen Waters


Creativity and Collaboration: The role of the Print Publisher Creativity and Collaboration- The Role of the Print Publisher. 

Helen Waters, a Director of Alan Cristea Gallery, discusses the part played by the publisher in encouraging and enabling artists to make prints, drawing on her own experience.


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly | W1J 0BD London 
Friday, 26 April 2019 from 12: 00 to 12.40



Ann-Marie James

After Dürer’s Small Passion

Artist Ann-Marie James speaks in conversation with Caroline Manganaro. Through a Q&A session, James and Manganaro shed light on James’s newest series works inspired by Albrecht Dürer, launching at LOPF 2019. 


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly |  London  W1J 0BD
Thursday 25 April 2019 from 15:00 to 15.40



Kelly Reemtsen, artist behind this year's title image, in conversation with Master Printer Bob Saich

Master printer Bob Saich from Advanced Graphics and artist Kelly Reemtsen, discuss her influences, painting practice and experiences working with print studios both here in the UK and in her native US. 

Kelly’s prints will be on display at the Fair at Lyndsey Ingram stand 36 and Advanced Graphics London stand 21.
Kelly will be demonstrating letterpress techniques with Alan Kitching on Saturday at Lyndsey Ingram Gallery.



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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly |  London  W1J 0BD
Friday, 26 April 2019 from 15:00 to 15:40


Print demonstration at Lyndsey Ingram Gallery with artist Kelly Reemtsen

Best known for her works depicting beautifully dressed women wielding construction tools, Reemtsen addresses the paradoxes of being a woman in today's world. Her graphic works recall the purpose of early printmaking: to share a message and combine several different printmaking processes. 


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly |  London  W1J 0BD
Saturday, 27 April 2019 from 11:00 to 15:00


 Sophie Layton
Refraction of Light

Printmaker Sophie Layton
in Conversation with Gallery Director Vincent Eames.
Sophie's work consists of a series of monotypes that explore light and aim to create expression through the use of subtle colour and a rich painterly quality in print.


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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly |  London  W1J 0BD
Sunday, 28 April 2019 from 12:00 to 12:40


EGS & Jaakko Mattila
Impossibility of an Island

For their duo show Impossibility of an Island at The Herrick Gallery, Helsinki based artists Jaakko Mattila and EGS come together in an exploration of the amorphous nature of cultural identity.
Both artists will be exhibiting at the London original Print fair and their talk will discuss the inspirations, techniques and the power of printmaking.

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The London Original Print Fair | Royal Academy of Arts | Piccadilly |  London  W1J 0BD
Friday, 26 April 2019 from 14:00 to 14:40

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