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New Prints 2013/Winter

Opening Reception: January 17, 6-8pm
On View: January 18 - March 9, 2013.

Curatorial Essay (PDF)



ILLUSTRATED CHECKLIST

 

IPCNY presents New Prints 2013/Winter, consisting of over sixty projects by artists at all stages of their careers, selected from some 3,000 submissions. The exhibition will be on view at 508 West 26th St, 5th Floor, from January 18, 2013 - March 9, 2013. New Prints 2013/Winter is the forty-fourth presentation of IPCNY’s New Prints Program, a series of juried exhibitions organized by IPCNY several times each year featuring prints made within the past twelve months. An illustrated brochure with a curatorial essay accompanies the exhibition. 

The Selections Committee is composed of: Kelly Driscoll (Pratt Institute), Ruth Lingen (Printer and Papermaker at Pace Prints and Pace Paper), Chris Santa Maria (Director of Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Weyl), Lothar Osterburg (Artist, Master Printer, Professor at Bard College), Allison Rudnick (PhD Student, CUNY Graduate Center, Freelance Writer for Art in Print), and Harriet Warm (Collector).

The Artists’ List is as follows: Miguel A. Aragon, Ann Aspinwall, Denise Bookwalter, Sabra Booth, Richard Bosman, Eva Bovenzi, Yael Brotman, Nicholas Brown, Christopher Cannon, Alejandro Casazi, Phillip Chen, Tommy Cinquegrano, Donna Diamond, Luci Eldridge, Nicole Eisenman, Deborah Farnault, Dikko Faust, Kevin Frances, Paula García Arizcun, Anne Gilman, Georgia Grigoriadou, Valerie Hammond, Sarah Hauser, Amber Heaton, Yuji Hiratsuka, Richard Hricko, Saskia Jetten, Jasper Johns, Louise Kohrman, Lauren Moran, Nicola Lopez, Renee Magnanti, Nathan Meltz, Frederick Mershimer, Steven Millar, Thomas Nawrocki, LeRoy Nieman, Debra Pearlman, Serena Perrone, Endi Poskovic, Kasey Ramirez, Naomi Reis, Andra Samelson, Julia Samuels, David Sandlin, Jason Scuilla, Sarah Shebaro, Aimee Shelton, James Siena, Tatiana Simonova, William Skerritt, Brian Spolans, José Antonio Suárez Londoño, Beth Sutherland, Sarah Sze, Yasuyo Tanaka, Tonja Torgeson, Liz Ward, Albert Webb, Josh Winkler, Matthew Zaccari, and SP Weather Station. Presses and publishers represented include: Axelle Fine Art, Dieu Donné, the LeRoy Neiman Center at Columbia University, Flatbed Press, Harlan and Weaver, Jungle Press Editions, Oehme Graphics, Purgatory Pie Press and Tamarind Institute. 

                                         

New Prints 2013/Winter consists of etchings, lithographs, installations, books and sculptures, and other manifestations of print processes.  Highlights include: William Skerritt’s Catskill Layer Cake,  a distillation of a body of work drawn from drawing, geology and map-making; a portfolio of prints by SP Weather Station, a Queens-based interdisciplinary project that collects weather data and organizes weather-related publications. Nathan Meltz’s floor installation, Are you Ready for the Great Atomic Power? Part 6, a looming pile of silkscreen cut-outs, portrays nightmarish industrial creations in newly-imagined states of being. Serena Perrone’s long and meandering piece incorporates drawing, photolithography and screenprint, blurring the line between fact and fiction, real and imagined. Miguel Aragon’s print, Lo Encontraron en la Habitacion-1, is drawn from manipulated photographs from news media that depict crude and raw forensic evidence. 

The exhibition fosters a dialogue between the representational and surreal, political and imaginative, three-dimensional and transparent. It includes prints of all shapes, sizes, colors, lengths and dimensions. It is a testament to the vivacity and creativity of printmaking throughout the world. Along with many local artists, there are artists from all over the world - including Mexico, England and Spain.  

New  Prints 2013/Winter will travel to Art League Houston from June 21, 2013 - August 2, 2013.  All New Prints shows are available for touring through IPCNY’s Touring Program. For additional information, please contact our Exhibitions Coordinator, Lotte Marie Allen, at lotte@ipcny.org.