March 14th - April 28th 2018

425 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor, 10017, NY

Ronin Gallery invites you to immerse yourself in the fantastical realms of Kuniyoshi's woodblock prints. The exhibition Kuniyoshi: The Masterpieces explores the ravenous imagination and unmatched skill of this ukiyo-e master through his most celebrated designs, including his most iconic triptychs such as Tametomo and his Son Rescued from the Sea Monster by Tengu and Princess Takiyasha and the Skeleton Specter.  While the words “ukiyo-e” and Japanese print often call to mind elegant courtesans and picturesque landscapes, Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) presents a complementary, yet counter point.  Like Hokusai is to landscape, Kuniyoshi belongs to the ukiyo-e canon, bringing Japanese myth, magic, history, and legend to life.


Thursday April 26th, 2018

1334 York Avenue New York, NY 10021

Sotheby’s upcoming auction of Prints & Multiples will feature important work by noteworthy artists of the past 150 years. Highlights include: Flags I Jasper Johns’ richly layered 1973 screenprint, presenting an iconic image within the artist’s oeuvre in its most striking graphic form; a monumental screenprint on linen, Océanie, la mer, Henri Matisse’s largest scale editioned piece and a brilliant example of his use of “cut-outs”; Andy Warhol’s beloved Flowers, a powerful wall of color that is his 1970 portfolio of 10; and Baby Charles Looking Over His Mother's Shoulder (No. 2), Mary Cassatt’s unique pastel counterproof, portraying the artist’s extraordinary ability to capture maternal love. All works can be viewed on Sotheby's website.



April 12th - May 24th 2018

Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art is pleased to present Joan Snyder / Selected Prints 1975-2018, an exhibition of eleven of Snyder’s most important prints. The show features highlights of her printmaking activity from the 1970s onward, including her newest, “hot off the press” print, Chant/Forever (2018). Joan Snyder has been adventurous in her approach to printmaking, particularly in etching and woodcut. In the 1990s, she began combining different printmaking techniques and color applications in boldly untraditional ways, often making varying impressions with an open-ended inventiveness within editions that are ultimately complex to produce. Snyder’s art has always been informed by nature, by the landscape, and deals with deeply personal themes, among them female sexuality, mortality, and social injustice.


April 19th 2018

Join Bridgeman Images, Marlborough Gallery and Royal Academy America for a talk by Bill Jacklin on monotypes and related images at The Whitby Hotel on Thursday 19th 2018, 6-8pm. In honor of his new exhibition at Marlborough Gallery and the publication of Bridgeman Folio. Admission: $15 per person. Bill Jacklin's monotypes will run from April 18th - May 26th 2018.


March 16th - June 15th 2018

The Fuller Building 41 E. 57 Street, Suite 708, NY 10022

Artist Chittaprosad’s retrospective will travel out of the country for the first time to DAG’s gallery in New York, coinciding with Asia Art Week in March 2018. Chittaprosad (1915-78) is best known for documenting the horrific genocide in 1943-44 caused by a man made famine in Bengal when grains from India were feed the allied army stationed there. Asked by the Communist Party of India to travel in the famine-affected areas and document its outcome, Chittaprosad’s book, Hungry Bengal, on the subject, was seized and burnt. It is with this current exhibition that a facsimile edition of the original has been published for the first time since. The retrospective also looks at Chittaprosad’s political art as well as his printmaking



March 8 – April 21, 2018

195 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002

Van Doren Waxter is delighted to present a solo exhibition of new work by New York artist Marsha Cottrell, titled Screen Life. The exhibition will feature three unique  large-scale platinum prints and an array of intimately-scaled works created with a computer and electrostatic laser printer. Cottrell’s studio practice has been centered around the quotidian office computer and printer. Within the rational environment of an offline digital workspace she has foregrounded the expressive nature of carbon-based toner and developed a distinctive process and  body of work that bridges drawing, printmaking, painting and  photography.



February 7th - March 10th 2018

40 W. 57th StreetNew York, NY 10019.

Marlborough Graphics is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of prints by Francis Bacon opening February 7 and continuing through March 10, 2018.  Francis Bacon: Prints features lithographs, etchings and aquatints, some of which were published by Marlborough. His graphic works of self-portraits, portraits of old lovers, and depictions of the human figure produce the same grotesque and expressive natures as those seen in his paintings. Bacon worked closely with his printmakers to capture the same color quality.



February 2nd 2018 - March 17th 2018

210 11th Avenue 8th FloorNew York, NY 10001, USA

Senior & Shopmaker is pleased to present Vija Celmins: Recent Prints, an exhibition of etchings in which the artist explores her enduring themes of night skies and ocean surfaces. Produced over a three-year period with Celmins’ longtime collaborator, master printer Doris Simmelink, the prints are a careful exploration of process and mark-making.



November 17th 2017 - March 25th 2018

99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014

Experiments in Electrostatics: Photocopy Art from the Whitney’s Collection, 1966–1986 explores the use of the photocopier as a creative tool, from its public emergence in the 1960s to the dawn of the digital era in the 1980s. Despite the machine’s intended function to reproduce office documents, artists inventively utilized it as a camera and printing press to create original fine art prints. Focusing on three artists and one collective—Edward Meneeley, Lesley Schiff, Barbara T. Smith, and the International Society of Copier Artists—this exhibition investigates how artists found self-expression through a machine designed for replication.



Running until April 1st

18 West, 54 Street, Manhattan, 10019.

MOMA is currently exhibiting Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983. The first major exhibition to fully examine the scene-changing, interdisciplinary life of this seminal downtown New York alternative space. Responding to the broad range of programming at Club 57, the exhibition will present their accomplishments across a range of disciplines—from film, video, performance, and theater to photography, painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, zines, fashion design, and curating. Building on extensive research and oral history, the exhibition features many works that have not been exhibited publicly since the 1980s. 



October 26th 2017 - February 10th 2018

24 W 57th St #802, New York, NY 10019

The Galerie St. Etienne is currently exhibiting 'All Good Art is Political' the show titled after a quote from Toni Morrison, displays prints and drawings by Kollwitz, a German social realist who died in 1945, and Coe, an English antiwar, anti-capitalist, and pro-animal-rights illustrator who lives in upstate New York.



January 5 – February 24, 2018

195 Chrystie Street New York, NY 10002

Van Doren Waxter is pleased to present a special group exhibition featuring the work of American artist Alan Shields (1944 – 2005) in conversation with contemporary artists. Alan Shields Project will include unique works on paper, edition multiples, un-stretched canvases, and monoprints by Aiko Hachisuka alongside recent work by Alvarado, Donegan, Shields, Hansen, Hiro, Tuttle and Wurtz.  


Pace Prints | Project Room: Kelsey Brookes

November 3, 2017 - December 16, 2017

Pace Prints, 521 West 26th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10001, United States +Google Maps

Pace Prints is pleased to announce the release of their first editions and monoprints with painter and former microbiologist Kelsey Brookes. A selection of the prints will be on view in our Project Room through December.

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Manhattan Graphics Center | 3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition

October 28th, 2017 - November 28 2017 

Manhattan Graphics Center, 250 West 40 Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10018 United States +Google Map

The Manhattan Graphics Center (MGC) announces its 3rd juried competition and exhibition devoted to miniature prints. Last year, 222 artists from over 30 countries submitted work to this exhibition, bringing together a diverse representation of the print world today.

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Pace Prints | Sol LeWitt

October 27, 2017 - December 2, 2017

Pace Prints, 521 West 26th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10001, United States +Google Map

This exhibition highlights a variety of works from the artist’s print œuvre, spanning from the 1980s to early 2000s. Prominently featured is Horizontal Color Bands and Vertical Color Bands, a set of seven etchings with aquatint. Here, LeWitt uses the inherent quality of the aquatint medium to showcase the vibrant palette produced by overlapping “2 and 3 part combinations“ of primary colors and gray. A pioneer of conceptual art, LeWitt helped to transform the definition of contemporary art in the 1960s with his statement that “the idea becomes a machine that makes the art.” Reducing form down to its essential, the cube became the base unit for LeWitt’s artistic inquiry.

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National Museum of the American Indian | Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait

June 10, 2017 @ 10:00 am - January 8, 2018 @ 5:00 pm

National Museum of the American Indian, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, One Bowling Green
New York, NY 10004 United States+ Google Map

Loosely translated, the Inuktitut word akunnittinni means “between us.” This exhibition chronicles a visual conversation between an Inuk grandmother, mother, and daughter: Pitseolak Ashoona (1904–1983), Napachie Pootoogook (1938–2002), and Annie Pootoogook (1969–2016). Their artworks provide a personal and cultural history of three generations of Inuit women whose art practices included autobiographical narratives and chronicled intimate and sometimes harsh memories and historically resonant moments. The prints and drawings on view also include sardonic references to pop culture, which now infuses everyday…

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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture | Power in Print

May 18 @ 10:00 am - December 30 @ 6:00 pm

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard
New York, NY 10037 

Power in Print explores the art of the Black Power movement poster, showcasing a variety of aesthetics, styles, and messaging strategies. This collection-based exhibition pulls together dozens of posters from the Schomburg Center’s Art and Artifacts Division. The display also includes a selection of iconic imagery by artist, designer, and former Minister of Culture of the Black Panther Party, Emory Douglas. Both at the time and in our historical memory, Douglas’s designs came to visually communicate the ideals of Black…

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