Lucy Holtsnider (Forms of Enclosure: New Prints 2019/Winter exhibiting artist) is the subject of a solo exhibition entitled Blind Spots at the Womenswork.art gallery in Poughkeepsie, Pennsylania, on view September 6–27, 2019. The exhibition features a collection of new collages made from handmade paper that she created during her residency at the Women's Studio Workshop last fall. Coinciding with the show will also be a collage workshop, held on September 15th from 1–4pm. Find out more about the exhibition here.
Kirsten Flaherty (Idols and Impossible Structures: New Prints 2017/Winter exhibiting artist) will be borrowing IPCNY's press to teach two monotype classes at the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog. Participants will be encouraged to bring canine imagery or draw inspiration from the Museum’s current exhibition. Sign up for the September 15th workshop here.
Maria de Los Angeles (Umbra: New Prints for a Dark Age exhibiting artist) is the subject of a solo exhibition at the Museum of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa, California. Titled Tierra de Rosas, the exhibition is on view from August 25–November 3, 2019. The exhibition will be featuring new paintings, dresses, and works on paper, as well as photographs in collaboration with Ryan Bonilla. Find out more about the exhibition here.
Visit New Prints 2017/Summer artist Golnar Adili at this year’s Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Open Studios on June 21 & 22, 2019. Other Workspace Artists-in-Residence include Jennifer Bartlett, Eliza Bent, Keisha Bush, André Daughtry, Jonathan González, Zac Hacmon, Terrance James Jr., NIC Kay, Ying Liu, Asif Mian, Kenneth Pietrobono, Orlando Tirado, and Zhiyuan Yang.
Image: Golnar Adili, Untitled.
New Prints 2017/Summer artist Golnar Adili is the subject of a solo exhibition, Domestic Poetic, on view at Fresh Window in Bushwick, Brooklyn, May 31–June 28, 2019.
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Image: Golnar Adili, The King-seat Of My Eye Is The Place Of Repose For Your Imagination.
2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence Ernesto Ortiz-Leyva is featured in a group exhibition, Multiversant, along with other artists from the New York Foundation for the Arts Immigrant Artist Program. The exhibition is organized by ChaShaMa.
Read more about the exhibition, opening May 25 and on view through June 15, here.
New Prints 2018/Winter Artist-in-Residence Shivangi Ladha has been awarded a Summer 2019 Residency with the SNAP (Society of Northern-Alberta Print Artists) Gallery, a non-profit artist-run printmaking center in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Read more about Shivangi and the SNAP Gallery residency here and here.
Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer artist Elizabeth Bennett’s work Bag was included and awarded in the 2018 PSBN exhibition in Hilo, Hawaii, and acquired by the Hawai'i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. View pictures of her work at the exhibition’s opening below, read more about the 2018 PSBN exhibition awardees here, and view Elizabeth’s website here.
New Prints artists Lisa Anne Auerbach, Rashid Johnson, Shivangi Ladha, and Qiaoyi Shi were all featured in the March/April 2019 issue of Art in Print.
Editor-in-Chief Susan Tallman wrote on Auerbach’s Ten Truths Self Evident (2018), and Kate McCrickard on Johnson’s Untitled Anxious Crowd (2018) and Untitled Anxious Man (2018), all included in Forms of Enclosure: New Prints 2019/Winter. Jason Urban wrote on Qiaoyi Shi’s Dark Melon (2018) (pictured) and Green Melon (2018). Ladha’s 2018 series of etchings Has each violent revolution created another violent society, another violent culture? Acid Attack Survivor (2018) was featured among the publication’s New Editions highlights.
Read a sample and purchase the issue here.
Alison Saar is the recipient of the 2019 Southern Graphic Council International Lifetime Achievement Award. She will be delivering a Keynote Lecture on March 8 at the SGCI conference. This lecture is in conjunction with Saar's retrospective exhibition of sculptures and prints in the UNT Art Gallery at the College of Visual Arts and Design and with the SGCI conference. The exhibition, titled Mirror Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, is organized and made possible by the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.
Saar was included in Edging Forward: New Prints 2018/Winter. View the 2019 SGCI program here.
New Prints artists and jurors Miguel Aragón, Sandra Fernandez, and Marco Hernandez are all included in ACTIVATE, a group show “explor[ing] the history and consequences of social injustice across many cultures.”
Miguel Aragón was one of the jurors of Edging Forward: New Prints 2018/Winter, which Marco Hernandez was included in. Sandra Fernandez was part of Multilayered: New Prints 2018/Summer.
The exhibition was curated by Humberto Saenz, and other artists in the exhibition are Aaron Coleman, Annalise Gratovich, Kristin Powers Nowlin, and Patricia Villalobos Echeverria.
Read more about the exhibition here, and an article in The Paisano here.
2017/Summer Artist-in-Residence Ernesto Ortiz-Leyva has won the New York Foundation of the Arts 2018-19 Immigrant Artist Mentorship Program: Visual & Multidisciplinary Arts. He will be mentored by Takuji Hamanaka. Read more about the Mentorship Program, and view the full list of awardees, on their website.
New Prints 2018/Winter Artist-in-Residence Shivangi Ladha will be exhibiting prints and drawings in her exhibition The Print Chamber, on view at the Art Gallery, IIC Annexe, India International Centre in New Delhi, India from February 5 through February 12. Read more about her work on her website and in this article from the Sunday Guardian.
New Prints 2018/Winter Artist-in-Residence Shivangi Ladha is featured in Young Subcontinent: Sightlines at the Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa, India, from December 15-22, 2018. She will be showcasing works from her ongoing Acid Attack Survivors series, which she began during her residency at IPCNY.
For this series, Shivangi interviewed acid attack survivors throughout the world and responded to their stories by using acid to etch their portraits into zinc plates. Her aim is to “raise awareness of the domestic abuse and violence that these women faced [by] using acid as an agent of creation instead of using [it] as a destructive tool.”
In its third edition, the Young Subcontinent project “attempt[s] to to chart the contours and sightlines of South Asian art imagination and art practice.” Read more about the festival here.