November 1 | Publishing on the Edge: Making the Invisible Visible

As part of Edge of Visibility, we hosted a conversation that focused on the collaborative relationship between artist and master printer with Jacob Samuel (Edition Jacob Samuel, Santa Monica, CA) who spoke on Walid Raad, Greg Burnet (Burnet Editions, NY) on Glenn Ligon, and Craig Zammiello (Two Palms, NY) on Chris Ofili.

From Jacob’s “hardcore extreme etching”, to Craig’s musings on the collaborative environment at Two Palms, to their mutual love of Robert Ryman, this talk uncovered unique pieces of their technical and creative process, along with the ways they admired and understood each other’s work.

PRINTFEST 2018 | October 25 - 27

508 West 26th Street, 3rd and 5th Floors
Free and open to the public

October 25-27
Thursday, October 25: 5-9pm
Friday, October 26: 12-6pm
Saturday, October 27: 12-6pm

PRINTFEST is a three-day fair hosted by IPCNY for MFA and senior BFA students to exhibit, sell, and trade their prints during New York’s annual Print Week. PRINTFEST provides these emerging artists with a professional setting in which to show their work to a broad audience of collectors, publishers, artists, and curators visiting Chelsea galleries and the nearby IFPDA and Editions/Artists’ Book fairs. The universities' booths are complemented by workshops and demos, as well as a panel discussion with artists and art professionals about career paths to pursue after art school. PRINTFEST 2018 will be held in memory of IPCNY founding trustee and educator Leonard Lehrer.

Throughout the fair, join PRINTFEST sponsors Akua Inks and Speedball Art for free samples, an opportunity to participate in a collaborative monotype animation project, and a demonstration by renowned printmakers Bill Fick and Carlos Hernandez that will bring to life a collaborative relief and silkscreen print.

Saturday, October 27, 11 am – 12 pm: Art Works, a panel featuring working artists discussing their backgrounds and how they got started in their art world careers. Panelists will be Lisa Conrad, artist, art educator, and founding executive director of the Newark Print Shop; Sarah Bielicky Browne, director at Jim Kempner Fine Art; Mark Thomas Gibson, artist, assistant professor at Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and co-curator of IPCNY’s Black Pulp! (2016); and Estelle Maisonett, artist and 2018 Artist in Marketplace Fellow at the Bronx Museum. Art Works will take place on the 12th floor.

Saturday, October 27, 1pm – 4pm: acTEEvism, T-shirt screen printing workshop with political designs by artists including Edge of Visibility exhibiting artist Megan Foster. acTEEvism will take place on the 3rd floor.

 George Skoufas, Pratt Institute.  Untitled,  2018. Woodblock print on muslin, 7’ x 3 1/2’, 1/1.

George Skoufas, Pratt Institute. Untitled, 2018. Woodblock print on muslin, 7’ x 3 1/2’, 1/1.

 Nick Costantino, Rhode Island School of Design.  Blue Cosmos,  2018. Cyanotype from woodcut, 15.5” x 21”, Edition of 7 plus 3 artist proofs.

Nick Costantino, Rhode Island School of Design. Blue Cosmos, 2018. Cyanotype from woodcut, 15.5” x 21”, Edition of 7 plus 3 artist proofs.

 Angela Huang, School of Visual Arts.  Weird People , 2018. Silkscreen, 6” x 12”, Edition of 32.

Angela Huang, School of Visual Arts. Weird People, 2018. Silkscreen, 6” x 12”, Edition of 32.

SPONSORED BY

MEDIA AND IN-KIND SPONSORS

Print Week 2018 | IPCNY MEMBERS EVENTS and RELATED PROGRAMMING

PRINTFEST 2018 | OCTOBER 25 − 27
508 W 26TH STREET, 3RD AND 5TH FLOORS

Thursday, October 25, 5 − 9pm Opening Reception

Friday, October 26, 12 − 6pm
Ongoing printmaking demonstrations by Speedball Art and Akua Inks

Saturday, October 27, 12 − 6pm
11am – 12 pm Art Works panel discussion on careers in the arts
1pm – 4pm acTEEvism T-shirt screen printing workshop with political designs by artists including Edge of Visbility exhibiting artist Megan Foster

IFPDA FINE ART PRINT FAIR | October 25 − 28
River Pavilion, Javits Center

Wednesday, Oct 24, 6:30–9 pm Complimentary tickets to the Opening Night Preview for current IPCNY Patrons and High Level Members and complimentary day passes for all current IPCNY members. Email stephanie@ipcny.org.

EDITIONS / ARTISTS' BOOK (E/AB) FAIR | October 25 − 28
The Tunnel, 269 11th Avenue (Between 27th & 28th St)

Thursday, October 25, 3–9pm Complimentary tickets to the Opening Night Preview for current IPCNY Patrons and High Level Members. Visit IPCNY’s Booth #A47.

IPCNY: PRINT WEEK Special Hours
Thurs 10am–9pm; Fri 10am–7pm; Sat 10am–7pm; Sun 12–5pm
508 W. 26th Street, 5A

Thursday, October 25, 5–6pm Members only exhibition tour of Edge of Visibility with curator Susan Tallman. Curated in conjunction with the Sept.-Oct. issue of the journal Art in Print, the exhibition focuses on low-visibility prints from the historical to contemporary. RSVP to stephanie@ipcny.org.


GALLERIES/WORKSHOPS
 

Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art | 548 W. 28th St. #636
Frank Stella: Moby Dick Series
On view: 9/20—10/26/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday 11am—6pm

C.G. Boerner | 526 W. 26th St. #304
Laboureur: Observer
On view 10/22–11/16/18
Hours: Monday–Sunday, 10am—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #106

Carolina Nitsch Project Room | 534 W. 22nd St.
Richard Dupont: Hydromancy
On view: 9/13–11/10/18
Hours: Wednesday–Friday 11am –5pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #204

Ceres Gallery | 547 W. 27th St. Suite 201
(1) Pat Hill Cresson: The Gloucester Series & Shades of Summer
(2) Madelon Jones: Dialogue 
On view: 10/3—10/28/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday 12pm—6pm

Gemini G.E.L. at Joni Moisant Weyl | 535 W. 24th St. 3rd Fl.
Richard Serra: Equals
On view: 9/22—11/3/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday 10am—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #114

Eric Gillis Fine Art | 35 E. 67th Street
Master Prints
On view: 10/23—10/27/18
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 11am—6pm

Jim Kempner Fine Art | 501 W. 23rd Street
Charlie Hewitt: Electric Dreams
On View: 9/20—11/4/18
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10am—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #108

Kurimanzutto New York | 22nd E 65th Street, 4th Fl
Posters From ‘68: Paris - Mexico
On View: 9/13/18—10/25/18
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 11am—6pm

Lower East Side Print Shop | 306 W. 37th Street, 6th Floor
Three Days in the Dessert
On view: 9/26—11/25/18
Hours: Monday—Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday & Sunday 12—6pm

Luhring Augustine | 531 W. 24th Street
Zarina
On view: 10/27—12/22/18
Hours: Tuesday–Saturday 10am—6pm

Manhattan Graphics Center | 250 W. 40th St. 5th Fl
(1) narratives (various): Prints by rhturnbull
(2) Power to Silkscreen
On view: 10/1–10/30/18
Hours: Monday 6am—10pm; Tuesday—Friday 10am—10pm; Saturday & Sunday 10am-6pm

Mary Ryan Gallery | 515 W. 26th St. 3rd Fl
IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #307

Mitchell - Innes & Nash | 534 W. 26th Street
Pope. L: One Thing After Another (Part
Two)

On view: 09/13–10/27/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday, 10am-6pm

Pace Prints | 521 W. 26th Street, 3rd Floor
Nina Chanel Abney
On view 10/26—12/15/18
Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 10—6pm; Saturday 11—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #102

Pace Prints | 32 E. 57th Street
Welcome Back
On view 9/12—10/27/18
Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 9:30—5:30pm; Saturday 11—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #102

Pleiades Gallery | 530 W. 25th St. 4th Fl
Michael Zenreich: Variations on the Possibilities of 4
On view: 10/2—10/27/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday, 11am—6pm

The Old Print Shop | 150 Lexington Ave
IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #302

EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop | 323 W. 39th Street, 2nd Fl
Annual Members Show
On view 10/1—10/28/18
Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 10—10pm; Saturday—Sunday 10am—6pm

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery | 210 11th Ave, 8th Fl
Spheres Of Influence: Al Held, Michael Craig-Martin, Judy Pfaff, and Stanley Whitney
On view: 9/13—10/27/18
Hours: Tuesday—Saturday 10am—6pm
See also: IFPDA Print Fair—Booth #202

Swiss Institute | 38 St Marks Pl
Franz Gertsch: Polyfocal Allover
On view: 9/19—12/02/18
Hours: Wednesday—Friday 2-8pm, Saturday 12-8pm, Sun 12-6pm

Syracuse University Lubin House | 11 E. 61st Street
Selections from the Rona and Martin Schneider Collection of Late 19th and Early 20th American and European Fine Art Prints
On View: 08/27–11/15/18
Hours: Monday–Friday, 10am—6pm; Saturday 11am—4pm


MUSEUMS/INSTITUTIONS
 

Brooklyn Museum | 200 Eastern Parkway
(1) Half the Picture: A Feminist Look at the Collection
(2) Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power
On view: 8/23—3/31/19
Hours: Wednesday—Sunday 11am—6pm

Cooper Hewitt | 2 E. 91st Street
Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color
On view through: 1/13/19
Hours: Monday—Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 10am—9pm;
Sunday 10am—6pm

The Jewish Museum | 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St
Chagall, Lissitzky, Malevich: The Russian Avant Garde
in Vitebsk, 1918
1922
On view: 9/14/18—1/6/19
Hours: Monday—Tuesday 11am-5:45pm; Thursday 11am-8pm; Friday—Saturday 11am-5:45pm; Sunday 11am-5:45pm 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art | 1000 Fifth Avenue
1) Delacroix
2) Selections from the Department of Drawings and Prints: Joerneys
On view: 7/17/18—1/6/18
Hours: Sunday—Thursday 10am-5:30pm; Friday—Saturday 10am—9pm

MoMA PS1 | 22-25 Jackson Avenue
Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts
On Veiw 10/21—2/25/19
Hours: Thursday—Monday 12pm-6pm

The Museum of Modern Art | 11 W. 53rd Street
(1) The Long Run
(2) Charles White: A Retrospective
Hours: Sunday—Friday 10am-6pm; Saturday 10am-9pm

(3) MoMA printmaking demonstration with EFA Robert Blackburn in conjunction with Charles White
Education Center, Mezzanine,
Classrooms and Theater 3 Lobby
October 27
Saturday 1:30pm

The Morgan Library & Museum | 225 Madison Ave.
It’s Alive! Frankenstein at 200
On View 10/12/18–01/27/19
Tuesday–Thursday, 10:30am—5pm; Friday, 10:30am—9 pm; Saturday–Sunday, 10am-6pm.

The New York Public Library | 476 Fifth Avenue
Recent Acquisitions
Hours: Monday, Thursdays–Saturday 10am-6pm; Wednesday 10am–8pm; Sunday 1pm–5pm.

ART FAIRS

 
Editions | Artists' Book Fair | The Tunnel (269 11th Ave)
October 25—28, 2018
Hours: Thursday, 3pm—6pm opening VIP; 6pm—9pm opening VIP + ticket holders; Friday & Saturday 11am—7pm; Sunday 11am—5pm. FREE

IFPDA Print Fair | River Pavilion at Javits Center
October 24–28, 2018
Hours: Wednesday 6:30pm—9pm Preview Benefit;
Thursday—Saturday 12pm—8pm; Sunday 12pm—6pm

The New York Satellite Print Fair | Mercantile Annex 37
October 25—28, 2018
Hours: Thursday—Saturday 10am—7pm; Sunday 10am—5pm

Members Event | After Hours Tour of Charles White: A Retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art

IPCNY Members enjoyed an after-hours tour of Charles White: A Retrospective with Esther Adler, Associate Curator, Drawings & Prints, at The Museum of Modern Art on October 13, 2018.

Read more about the benefits of IPCNY membership here.

OCTOBER 4 | OPENING RECEPTION | EDGE OF VISIBILITY

Edge of Visibility opened with an introduction from curator Susan Tallman, editor in chief of international journal and website Art in Print. The exhibition featuring art that is literally hard to see--too small, too dark, too intricate, too ephemeral--by 24 artists from the 17th century to the present. This exhibition is all about the act of looking; the artists employ a wide range of techniques, including microcalligraphy, opalesence, and watermarking, all of which ask the viewer to slow down and consider how being on the edge of visibility speaks to our understanding of the world.

On view October 4 - December 19, 2018.

Members' Event | Before-Hours Tour at the Whitney Museum

IPCNY Members enjoyed a before-hours tour of “David Wojnarowicz: History Keeps Me Awake at Night” with Curator Emeritus David Kiehl at the Whitney Museum of Art on September 12, 2018.

August 16 | Pint 'n Print with Morteza Khakshoor

In conjunction with his New Prints artist residency, join Morteza Khakshoor for an artist talk and "Pint 'n Print" monotype demo.

Materials and beer provided, free and open to the public.

SUMMER INTERN ADVENTURES

Our summer interns have been busy visiting galleries and printmaking studios in New York. Gaining valuable insight into prints and printmaking processes, through guided tours of galleries and archives, visiting artist studios and printmaking demonstrations.

Learn more about our fall, winter, and spring internship programs.

CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS

JUlY 19 | ARTIST TALKS: HELEN CANTRELL, KYLE GOEN, KAREN J. REVIS & Sandra C. Fernandez

Join us on July 12 from 6 - 8pm to hear Karen J. Revis, Kyle Goen, Helen Cantrell & Sandra C. Fernandez to discuss the work they have on view in Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer. On view through September 22.


2018/SUMMER NEW PRINTS ARTIST DEVELOPMENT AWARDEES

IPCNY is pleased to introduce the third cohort of New Prints Artist Development Program awardees. As part of the program, the artists on view in Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer were invited to apply for three opportunities for further development: an artist residency, artist mentorship, and sponsored coursework.

The three selected artists are:

Morteza Khakshoor, Columbus, OH

Artist Residency at IPCNY

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 Morteza Khakshoor.  Pretty Pretty Book.  Multi-layer screenprint on paper mounted on panel. 29 x 43 inches. Edition of 2, 1AP

Morteza Khakshoor. Pretty Pretty Book. Multi-layer screenprint on paper mounted on panel. 29 x 43 inches. Edition of 2, 1AP

 Morteza Khakshoor.  Men of High C  ulture , 2018. Screenprint on paper mounted on panel. 29 1/4 x 42 3/4 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 2, 1 AP

Morteza Khakshoor. Men of High Culture, 2018. Screenprint on paper mounted on panel. 29 1/4 x 42 3/4 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 2, 1 AP

Morteza will complete his residency in August, in IPCNY's workshop space and EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. As part of his residency, he will host a "Pint n' Print" demonstration and talk on Thursday, August 16, 6-8pm.


Emma Nishimura, Toronto, ON

Artist Mentorship

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 Emma Nishimura.  An Archive of Rememory,  2018. Set of 300 furoshiki photo-etchings on flax and abaca. Dimensions variable. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: Open

Emma Nishimura. An Archive of Rememory, 2018. Set of 300 furoshiki photo-etchings on flax and abaca. Dimensions variable. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: Open

 Emma Nishimura. Detail from  An Archive of Rememory,  2018. 1 furoshiki from a set of 300: photo-etchings on flax and abaca. Dimensions variable . Printed and published by the artist. Edition: Open

Emma Nishimura. Detail from An Archive of Rememory, 2018. 1 furoshiki from a set of 300: photo-etchings on flax and abaca. Dimensions variable . Printed and published by the artist. Edition: Open

Emma will be paired with a mentor who will provide critical feedback, key introductions in the field, and career development advice.


Jayoung Yoon

Sponsored Coursework

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 Jayoung Yoon.  Sensory Memory 04 from the series Sensory Memory,  2018. Monoprint and etching. Sheet: 15 x 11 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 10

Jayoung Yoon. Sensory Memory 04 from the series Sensory Memory, 2018. Monoprint and etching. Sheet: 15 x 11 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 10

 Jayoung Yoon.  Sensory Memory  05  from the series Sensory Memory , 2018. Monoprint & etching. Sheet: 15 x 11 inches. Edition: 10.

Jayoung Yoon. Sensory Memory 05 from the series Sensory Memory, 2018. Monoprint & etching. Sheet: 15 x 11 inches. Edition: 10.

Jayoung will complete coursework of her choice at workshops, sponsored by IPCNY, to master new techniques in printmaking.

All images © the artists. 

Read more about Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer and New Prints Artist Development Program.

JUNE 28 | OPENING RECEPTION AND ARTIST TALKS | MULTILAYERED: NEW PRINTS 2018/SUMMER

Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer opened with artist talks by four artists on view. Danqi Cai, Emma Nishimura, David Wischer and Sajeev Vadakoottu Visweswaran discussed their techniques, inspiration, and other aspects of their wider practices. 

 
  Danqi Cai.   Murder; Suicide (Grey) from the series Your Body Is but a Vessel, 2017.   Lithograph diptych.   Each: 14 x 14 inches each.   Printed and published by the artist.   Edition: 10

Danqi Cai. Murder; Suicide (Grey) from the series Your Body Is but a Vessel, 2017. Lithograph diptych. Each: 14 x 14 inches each. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 10

  Emma Nishimura.   An Archive of Rememory, 2017.   12 furoshiki from a set of 300: photo-etchings on flax and abaca.   Dimensions variable.   Printed and published by the artist.   Edition: Open

Emma Nishimura. An Archive of Rememory, 2017. 12 furoshiki from a set of 300: photo-etchings on flax and abaca. Dimensions variable. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: Open

  Sajeev Vadakoottu Visweswaran.   Pellet Injuries, 2018.   Linocut diptych.   Each: 13 13/16 x 19 1/2 inches.   Printed and published by the artist.   Edition: 4

Sajeev Vadakoottu Visweswaran. Pellet Injuries, 2018. Linocut diptych. Each: 13 13/16 x 19 1/2 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 4

  David Wischer.    Twitter Me This , 2018.   Animation from screenprints and trace monotypes.   Printed and published by the artist.   Runtime: 00:32

David Wischer. Twitter Me This, 2018. Animation from screenprints and trace monotypes. Printed and published by the artist. Runtime: 00:32

JUNE 6 | HAND PAPERMAKING: PATRONS TOUR AT IPCNY

In conjunction with Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960's to Today and Hand Papermaking, curators Susan Gosin and Mina Takahashi give patrons a tour discussing the works on show and the close collaboration between the fields of paper- and printmaking.

June 2 | Paper Crawl: Tour Pace PAper and Dieu Donné

Join IPCNY and The Print Center of Philadelphia for a day in Brooklyn. We'll be visiting Pace Paper and Dieu Donné to learn about hand papermaking straight from the artists and collaborators on view in Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today.  

 Photo: Dieu Donné (www.dieudonne.org)

Photo: Dieu Donné (www.dieudonne.org)

This all-day event will be $20 for IPCNY members, $30 for non-members. The fee includes transport by private bus from IPCNY to the two venues, then back to IPCNY for a tour of the exhibition followed by a reception in the gallery.

Call 212 989 5090 for any questions.

Agenda:

11:30am
Meet at IPCNY for bus pick-up

12:30 - 1:30pm Pace Paper
Visit and artist talk
157 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

2:15 - 3:45pm Dieu Donné 
Visit and artist talk
63 Flushing Ave, Bldg. 3, Ste. 602, #112 Brooklyn, NY 11205

4:30 - 6:00pm IPCNY
Exhibition tour and cocktail reception
508 W. 26th St., #5A, New York, NY 10001

May 19 | Mixografia: Paper & Process

Saturday, May 19, 2018 4–5:30pm at IPCNY
 

In conjunction with Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking 1960s to Today, Shaye Remba, director of Mixografia, discusses works on view created with Louise Bourgeois, Jacob Hashimoto, and Ed Ruscha with exhibition co-curator Mina Takahashi. 

Shaye and his parents Lea and Luis will be honored at IPCNY's 2018 Spring Benefit Dinner for Mixografia's incredible, innovative contributions to the field of print.

  Louise Bourgeois  (1911–2010)  Crochet V  from the series  Crochet 1–V,  1998  Mixografia®  print on handmade paper. Courtesy of Mixografia, Los Angeles

Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) Crochet V from the series Crochet 1–V, 1998 Mixografia® print on handmade paper. Courtesy of Mixografia, Los Angeles

May 1 | Richard Tuttle in conversation with collaborators

Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 6–8pm


Hear artist Richard Tuttle and collaborators Bill Goldston (ULAE), Anne McKeown (the Brodsky Center), and Paul Wong (Dieu Donné) discuss their works on view in Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today, as well as their wider thoughts on paper, print, and their careers in both fields. 

 L-R: Artist Richard Tuttle with exhibition co-curator Mina Takahashi and collaborators Bill Goldston (ULAE), Paul Wong (Dieu Donné), and Anne McKeown (the Brodsky Center).

L-R: Artist Richard Tuttle with exhibition co-curator Mina Takahashi and collaborators Bill Goldston (ULAE), Paul Wong (Dieu Donné), and Anne McKeown (the Brodsky Center).

April 19 | Kenneth Tyler Lecture at IPCNY

 In conjunction with Paper/Print: American Hand Papermaking, 1960s to Today, master printer and publisher Kenneth Tyler discusses his key collaborations and innovations in papermaking over a career lasting nearly five decades, beginning with American post-war artists Robert Rauschenberg, David Hockney, and Frank Stella