New Prints 2019/Winter: Jurors & Open Call Deadline

The jurors for the New Prints 2019/Winter exhibition have been selected! Read more about them below. Our New Prints Program is central to IPCNY's mission of introducing new voices and innovations in printmaking. We encourage you to submit your prints and print-based work to International Print Center New York's 59th New Prints exhibition, on view January 17 – March 23, 2019. 

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, November 11, 11:59PM EST. All of the submission guidelines are available at Please email if you have any questions.

Please note: To provide opportunity to as broad a pool of artists as possible, only artists who have NOT shown in New Prints exhibitions within the past two years (New Prints 2017/Winter and later) may submit their work for consideration.


maycastleberry copy.png

May Castleberry
Editor, Contemporary Editions, Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art
May Castleberry is editor of a series of artist’s books and editions published by the Library Council of The Museum of Modern Art. She has organized numerous special editions since 2002 for MoMA, each project intended to reflect upon and benefit the Museum’s research collections. Prior to working at MoMA she was a librarian, editor, and and an Associate Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, where she acquired and published artist’s books and organized exhibitions of books, prints, and photographs. She holds Masters degrees from Columbia University and New York University.


Elleree Erdos
Private Collection Curator and Freelance Writer
Elleree Erdos is curator of a New York-based private collection. Prior to this, she was associate director at Craig F. Starr Gallery and held positions in the print departments at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Clark Art Institute. Elleree is a contributing writer to both Art in Print and the Brooklyn Rail. She holds an M.A. from both Columbia University and the Sorbonne and a B.A. from Williams College, where her thesis on the photography of Jacques-Henri Lartigue earned her highest honors and won the Arthur B. Graves Essay Prize. Her graduate thesis focused on image circulation/dispersion and social media in art of the Syrian diaspora.


Tatana Kellner
Artist and Co-Founder, Women’s Studio Workshop
Tatana Kellner is a visual artist who works in installation, drawing, printmaking, photography, and artists’ books, which she uses to explore the visual realm and comment on social and political issues. Tatana has exhibited across the U.S., Canada and Europe, with over 40 solo exhibitions, including recently including the Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, The Everson Museum, Dorsky Museum, Bowdoin College, Vassar College, and Collar Works, among others. Tatana is the recipient of awards from the Puffin Foundation, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Center for Photography at Woodstock, Ruth Chenven Foundation, and the 2018 Creative Climate Award. Tatana has been in residency at The MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, Banff Centre for the Arts, Light Work, Visual Studies Workshop, and Saltonstall Art Colony, and many others. Tatana is a Co-Founder of Women’s Studio Workshop in Kingston, NY, an artist workspace providing opportunities and support to women artists internationally.


David Sandlin
Painter, Printmaker, Cartoonist, and Professor at School of Visual Arts
David Sandlin was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in 1956. He currently lives in New York and teaches printmaking, book arts, and illustration at the School of Visual Arts. He has exhibited extensively in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Australia, and his comics and illustrations have appeared in The Best American Comics 2015, 2012 and 2009; The New Yorker; Raw; and other publications. He has received fellowships and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, the New York Foundation of the Arts, the Swann Foundation for Caricature and Cartoon, and others.