IPCNY’s New Prints Program was created to bring selected artists’ prints from the widest possible range of sources to the attention of the viewing public. The exhibitions feature prints in a variety of formats and mediums produced in the preceding twelve months. This immediacy makes every presentation of the New Prints Program unique, because each exhibition is a window into what a wide range of artists are thinking about at a specific moment in time. Through this ongoing forum for exhibiting prints by artists at all stages of their careers, IPCNY continues its work to enlarge audiences for fine art prints.

The New Prints 2018/Winter submission period has ended. The next call will be for New Prints 2018/Summer.


NEW PRINTS Artist Development Initiative

In 2017, IPCNY launched the New Prints Artist Development Initiative as part an ongoing effort to deepen the New Prints program's value for exhibiting artists.

Artists selected for New Prints exhibition will also be invited to apply for three opportunities to receive further training, guidance, and exposure for their printmaking practice:

  • A month-long artist residency program, divided between IPCNY's workshop space and our partners at EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.
  • An artist mentorship program designed provide the artist with critical feedback, guidance, and introductions in the field.
  • Sponsored coursework at the workshop or school of the artist's choice.

The awardees for New Prints 2017/Summer were Ernesto Ortiz Leyva (residency), Golnar Adili (mentorship), and Alejandro Waskavich (coursework).

2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence Ernesto Ortiz Leyva

2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence Ernesto Ortiz Leyva


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The New Prints Program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York Department of Cultural Affairs; and private donors and foundations.