ABOUT IN PRINT ART BOOK FAIR
Established in 2018, In Print Art Book Fair is an annual event based in Jerusalem. The art book fair features a variety of work from over two hundred international exhibitors—from zines and art books, to out-of-print catalogues and special edition artist books.
In Print, directed by Jenna Romano and Danielle Gorodenzik, is an independent organization that supports local artists working within the medium of print. Our goal is to cultivate international exchange within the art book industry by bringing international artists to our fair, while representing and promoting the work of local artists. Alongside the fair, In Print also organizes programming including panel discussions, artist talks and book launches.
Danielle Gorodenzik is an independent curator, writer, and art book fair director based in Tel Aviv. She serves as the Collection Manager of three collections owned by collector Serge Tiroche - Africa First, START, and Tiroche DeLeon.
Danielle has curated exhibitions and programs at Indie Group Photography Gallery, Off-Site, The Wrong Biennale, and the Hansen House. Her writing has appeared in national and international publications, including Art She Says, As Promised Magazine, Telavivian and This is Tomorrow.
She completed her M.A. in Curatorial Studies at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design and holds a B.F.A. in Communication Design from Parsons The New School of Design. Her research focuses on Israeli and African contemporary art, and identity politics.
Jenna Romano is a writer and blogger, working as an art advisor on the side. Her content includes art copy, writing and critiques, and regular contributions to the Wix Blog where she specializes strategic content, covering topics on Web Design and UX.
Jenna is originally from Long Beach, New York and currently resides in Jerusalem, Israel. She has a bachelors degree in Museum Studies from ASU's Barret Honors College & Herberger College of the Arts. She is co-founder of In Print Art Book Fair and SALOON Tel Aviv.