Paris Print Fair

May 19 – 22, 2022

Réfectoire du Couvent des Cordeliers
(Refectory of the Cordeliers Convent)
Paris | FRANCE

Paris Print Fair
3 artists / 3 printmakers’ points of view

Opening by invitation on Wednesday 18 May from 4pm to 9pm.

Artists :
Caroline Bouyer – engraving by aquatint
Michaël Cailloux – wall jewel and engraving by etching, drawing
Atsuko Ishii – engraving by etching





For the show, the gallery will focus on artist Michaël Cailloux’s new series of engravings entitled “Renaissance” as well as his wall jewellery (originally the matrices that were created for printing the engravings and which are transformed into works of art in their own right).
Other works by the gallery’s printmakers will be presented:

> Atsuko Ishii, a Japanese printmaker living in France, who has created a dreamlike set of etchings printed in colour.

> Caroline Bouyer, an engraver already known for her view and work on Paris. The gallery presents her latest large series entitled “Périph'” representing all the doors of the Parisian ring road (collection of the Carnavalet Museum, Paris).


Michaël Cailloux

Renaissance : Illusion, n°1/1
Etching & Drawing on natural white Hahnemühle paper
28 x 40 cm
Aluminium frame, white cover and neon yellow net, normal glass
Unique work signed and dated by the artist in pencil on the back

Caroline Bouyer

Périph’, 38 doors, 2018
Porte de Bagnolet, Paris outer ring road
Aquatint on paper, size 10 x 15 cm, numbered and signed 38 copies.

Atsuko Ishii

Atsuko Ishii, Siren of sound, 2021, 50 x 40 cm, etching printed in colour, 17 copies
Signed, numbered and dated by the artist in the margin

Practical information

Visit the fair


Thursday 19 – Friday 20 – Saturday 21 May :
11am – 8pm
Sunday 22 May: 11am – 6pm

The Paris Print Fair is organised by the CSEDT


Réfectoire du Couvent des Cordeliers
15 rue de l’Ecole de Médecine
75006 Paris