1913 Armory Show Revisited: the Artists and their Prints CLOSES TOMORROW!!!
1913 Armory Show Revisited: the Artists and their Prints CLOSES TOMORROW!!!
The following is a history of IPCNY Members' events:
Curator Deborah Cullen with artist Rosa Irigoyen
Artist Raquel Quijano Feliciano
Artist Antonio Martorell with curator Harper Montgomery
Artist Juan Sanchez
July 19, 2004- Private view of The Unfinished Print exhibition at The Frick Collection for upper-level members, along with Gallery Talk by Barbara Stern Shapiro, Consulting Curator, Boston Museum of Fine Art. 6 p.m.
June 23, 2004- Opening reception for New Prints 2004/Summer, IPCNY's thirteenth New Prints Presentation. Selections Committee: Barbara Foshay-Miller, President, Site Santa Fe; Peter Nesbett, Editor, Art on Paper magazine and Co-Director of Triple Candie, a non-profit contemporary art space in Harlem, NYC; Andrew Raftery, artist and Printmaking Department Head, Rhode Island School of Design; Susan Sollins, Producer, Art 21; Sarah Thompson, book artist and Public Affairs Associate, Dia Center for the Arts, and Diane Villani, Publisher, Diane Villani Editions.
May 6, 2004- Opening reception for New Prints 2004/Spring: Selected by Barry Walker, IPCNY's twelfth presentation of the New Prints Program. 6-8 p.m.
January 15, 2004- Opening reception for New Prints 2004/Winter, IPCNY's eleventh presentation of the New Prints Program. Selections Committee: Starr Figura, Assistant Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Kimball Higgs, Gagosian Gallery; Jean-Paul Russell, Master Printer and Director, Durham Press; Carol Ann Schuster, collector; Mina Takahashi, Executive Director of Programs, Dieu Donne Papermill. 5-7 p.m.
April 28, 2004- Collection visit for IPCNY Patron and Contributing Members. Patrons and Contributing Members attended a reception and view of a private collection of 20th century American prints with a strong concentration of ULAE prints from the 1970's onwards. 6-8 p.m.
April 13, 2004- at Leroy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University. IPCNY members enjoyed an evening with Tomas Vu-Daniel, Director including an artist's talk by Brad Kahlhamer and a printmaking demonstration by the shop's master printer.
March 11, 2004- Opening reception for Trains, Balloons & Buggies: Lithographs by Honoré Daumier. 6-8 p.m. Brief talk by Dieter and Lilian Noack, creators of www.daumier.org at 7 p.m.
Gallery talks given by A.J. Bocchino, Aleksandar Duravcevic,Amze Emmons and Starr Figura.
January 6, 2004- Artists' and Members' Closing Party for New Prints 2003/Autumn. Artists talks were given by Rosemarie Fiore, Geraldine Lau, and Regi Müller.
November 6, 2003- Opening reception for New Prints 2003/Autumn, IPCNY's tenth presentation of the New Prints Program. Selections Committee: Brooke Alexander, Dudley DelBalso, Carin Kuoni, Liliana Porter, Suzanne Randolph and Joseph Ruzicka. 5-7 p.m.
September, 2003- Opening reception for California Abstract Expressionists Prints, from the Collection of Charles R. Dean. Curator and Collector talks were given by Faye Hirsch, Guest Curator, and Charles R. Dean
June 17, 2003- Opening reception for New Prints 2003/Summer, IPCNY's ninth presentation of its New Prints Program. Selections Committee: Alyson Baker, Judith Brodsky, Gerrit Lansing, Gabriela de Ferrari, James Siena, Marilyn Symmes. 6-8 p.m.
May 7, 2003- Opening reception for New Prints 2003/Spring, IPCNY's eighth presentation of it's New prints Program. Selections Committee: Alyson Baker, Judith Brodsky, Gerrit Lansing, Gabriela de Ferrari, James Siena, Marilyn Symmes. 6-8 p.m.
April, 2003- Vietnamese Woodblock Printmaking Demonstration at IPCNY with visiting Vietnamese artists Phan Cam Thuong and Le Quoc Viet on the occasion of Traces and Traditions: Vietnamese Woodblock Prints. 6-8 p.m.
March 18, 2003- Opening reception of Traces and Traditions: Vietnamese Woodblock Prints at IPCNY. 6-8 p.m.
March 11, 2003- The Prints of Joseph Albers--private view and gallery talk at Hirschl & Adler Gallery for IPCNY and Grolier Club members. 5:30-7:30 p.m.
March 8, 2003- Complementary entry to the International Fair of New Art at the Armory for IPCNY members. 11 a.m.-12 noon.
February 5, 2003- Opening reception for New Prints 2003/Winter, IPCNY's seventh presentation of it's New Prints Show. Selections Committee: Joseph Goddu, Ann Fensterstock, Laura Steward Heon, Faye Hirsch, Leonard Lehrer, Judith Solodkin.
January 21, 2003- Curator's Talk: Members and friends of IPCNY, The Elizabeth Foundation of the Arts, the Library of Congress and Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop were invited to attend a talk by Deborah Cullen, Guest Curator of Creative Space: 50 Years of Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop. This event was especially organized for IPCNY's upper level members.
November 26, 2002: Creative Space: 50 Years of Robert Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop opens in IPCNY's exhibition space. Members and friends of IPCNY, the Library of Congress, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, artists and former workshop participants attended an opening reception to celebrate Robert Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop.
November 4, 2002- Reception and Panel Discussion at Sotheby's for artists, donors, members and friends of IPCNY on the occasion of IPCNY's Benefit Auction. The panel, introduced by Anne Coffin, Director of IPCNY, addressed issues related to print collecting and was followed by a lively discussion prompted by questions from the audience.
November 10, 2002- IPCNY Members attend a private view and Saturday morning brunch at the Artists Books/Editions Fair, newly located in Chelsea down the street from IPCNY.
October 30, 2002- A Collection Visit for IPCNY's upper level members at the Manhattan home of Irene and Albert Sax.
October 23, 2002- begins this season with a digital printmaking demonstration by Master Printers of Pamplemousse Press: Jean-Yves Noblet and Andre Ribouli, at Pace Prints.
September 18, 2002- New Prints 2002/Autumn begins IPCNY's fall season. Members, artists and friends of IPCNY are invited to attend the opening reception. The Selections Committee for New Prints 2002/ Autumn consisted of: Leslie Garfield, Larissa Goldston, Carin Kuoni, Marilyn Kushner, Andrew Mockler and Wendy Weitman.
June18, 2002- Members' Night at IPCNY. IPCNY members are invited to a reception and private viewing of New Prints 2002/Summer, with guest talks by artists and publishers included in the show: Kiki Smith with Bill Goldston, ULAE, Sandrine Guerin with Marc Baron and Elise Boisante, Baron/Boisante, Adam Pitt and Marc Lepson.
April 2, 2002- Collector's Talk by Ted Rogers for upper level members of IPCNY and the Grolier Club on IPCNY's exhibit, Romance & Solitude: American Prints 1900-1941.
February 23, 2002- Members of IPCNY visit the International Fair of New Art, the Armory Show, 2002.
January 25, 2002: continues this season with an evening at the Mezzanine Gallery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for IPCNY's members, generously hosted by Michael Hladky, Director of the gallery and the museum's publishing program. Sylvia Roth, Master Printer and Director of Hudson River Editions was joined by artist John Beerman in a lively presentation of etching techniques and his new editions with particular reference to his new print to be released this spring by the Metropolitan Museum.
November 13, 2001: Printmaking Demonstration
Judith Solodkin and SOLO Impression host IPCNY's with a printmaking demonstration and reception for IPCNY members. Richard Bosman spoke with his new woodcuts in this 7th event of IPCNY's Shoptalk series.
October 31, 2001- New Prints 2001/Autumn
International Print Center New York announces the fall presentation of its New Prints Program, displaying forty-five works by thirty-four artists. The show will be on view from October 30th, 2001, through February 9, 2002. at 526 West 26th Street, Room 824, hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12-6 p.m.
September 19 - October 20, 2001: IPCNY opens the 2001/2002 season with "Joint Venture".
May 15, 2001- New Prints 2001/Summer IPCNY's third new prints show opens in our Chelsea space.
May 31, 2001- continues with a visit to The Old Print Shop and an evening talk by Robert Newman, Director on "The Workshop of Currier and Ives." A selection of prints from the Currier and Ives Workshop was on view.
January 24, 2001- New Prints 2001/Winter opens at IPCNY in our Chelsea gallery with an exhibition of prints by 48 artists, both established and emerging.
January 11, 2001- Elizabeth Wyckoff and David Platzker, Exhibition co-curators, present a curatorial talk at Hard Pressed for IPCNY members.
December 12, 2000- Hirschl & Adler Galleries invites IPCNY members to a private viewing of American Master Prints and a holiday reception celebrating our inaugural season. Joseph Goddu gives a spirited and informative talk on the printmaking techniques of Jackson Pollack and other early works by 20th century artists on view in the 70th Street gallery.
November 3, 2000- IPCNY's members attend a complementary evening at the 10th Annual International Fine Print Dealers Association Fair at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. A Young Collectors' reception and tours of the fair by IPCNY took place that same evening. This was the third year that IPCNY's friends and members have participated in the fair.
November 2, 2000- IPCNY's Inaugural Exhibition, Hard Pressed, 600 Years of Prints and Process, opened at the AXA Gallery (formally the Equitable Gallery) at 787 7th Avenue in New York City. Five hundred people attended the opening of this groundbreaking show curated by David Platzker, independent curator and Director of Printed Matter in Manhattan, and Elizabeth Wyckoff Ph.D., Print Specialist at the New York Public Library. The show is reviewed by Grace Glueck in the New York Times on December 8, 2000 and by Claudia La Rocco in Art on Paper in the January-February 2001 edition.
AXA Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
September 21, 2000- IPCNY opens its Chelsea space at 526 West 26th Street, Room 824, with New Prints 2000.