Emerging Images: The Creative Process in Prints

On view: September 16 - October 17, 2010
Curated by: Wendy Weitman

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The Exhibition inaugurates IPCNY’s 10th Anniversary Season.  

Works by sixteen artists will be included in the Exhibition.  Each artist will be represented by  several variants of the same printed image, or one or several progressive proofs and a final print of the same image.

Artists:  John Armleder, Chuck Close, E.V. Day, Arthur Wesley Dow, Carroll Dunham, Ursula Fookes, Joanne Greenbaum, Richard Hamilton, Barry LeVa, Chris Martin, Joan Miró,  Jim Nutt, Cyril Power, Dieter Roth, James Siena and Kiki Smith.

New Prints 2010/Summer HEAT!

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On view: July 13 - August 13, 2010
Selected by: Carol Blake, John Caperton, Kathy Caraccio, Deborah Chaney, Marc Lepson, and Barry Winiker.

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Artists: Francine Kay Affourtit, Daniel Allegrucci, Brian Anderson, Carlos Andrade, Katie Baldwin, Ray Beldner, Michael Bisbee, Brent Bond, Brian Borlaug, Kit Boyce, Meredith Broberg, Nathan Catlin, Ann Conrad,Jessica Coven, Mary DeVincentis, Erin Diebboll, Lauren Drescher, Joellyn Duesberry, Barbara Duval, Stella Ebner, Richard D. Finch, Rick Finn, Tate Foley, Steven Ford, Eileen M. Foti, Paul Gentry,  Lari Gibbons, Rachel Gross, Melissa Harshman, Yuji Hiratsuka, Tom Huck, Anna Hutchings, Maho Kino, Anthony Lazorko, Michael Litzau, Veronica OKeefe, Serena Perrone, Jenny Robinson, Rosa Ruey, Ron Rumford,Justin Sanz,James Siena, Geo Sipp, Laurie Sloan, Fred Stonehouse, Julia Talcott, Michael Torlen, Patty Tyrol, Daryl Vocat,  Maureen Warren, Ella Weber, and Tammy Wofsey.

New Prints 2010/ Spring

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On view: May 18 - June 17, 2010
Selected by: Philip Pearlstein

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Artists: Desiree Alvarez, Grayson Bagwell, Janet Ballweg, Gwen Barba, Na dine Bariteau, John Welles Bartlett, Curtis Bartone, Grace Bentley-Scheck, Janine Biunno, Bettina Blohm, Marc Blumthal, Richard Bosman, Noah Breuer, Nicholas Brown, Stephen Burt, Nancy Campbell, Liz Chalfin, Mirit Cohen Caspi, Sylvie Covey, Cathie Crawford, Michael Dal Cerro, Shannon Drowne, Sally Duback, Orna Feinstein, Lisa Ficarelli-Halpern, Deborah Freedman, Caleb Freese,Jane E. Goldman, Nathan Haenlein, Takuji Hamanaka, Lynne Harlow, Sarah Hauser, Richard Hutter, Jack Jacobson, Susan Kaprov, Ronald Katz, Jonas Kulikauskas, Nancy Lasar, Anthony Lazorko, Michael Loderstedt, Erin L. McMahon , Laurel McMechan, Betty Merken, Doris Neidl, Julia Nelson-Gal, Rhea Nowak, David O'Dell, Eva Pietzcker, Ellen Price, George Raab, Clifton Riley, Richard Ryan, Soledad Salame, Dena Schuckit, Joel Shapiro, Robin Sherin Brian Spolans, May Stevens, Beth Sutherland, Yasuyo Tanaka, Nicolas Touron, Richard Tuttle, Patty Tyrol, Carol Wax, Carmi Weingrod, Brad Widness, and Deborah Williams. 

Wallworks: Contemporary Pictorial Wallpapers

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On view: March 11 - April 24, 2010
Curated by: Sarah Richards

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Wallworks contextualizes contemporary wallpaper design by examining its evolution over a period of some two hundred years. Curated by decorative arts specialist Sarah Richards, it will include 35-40 examples of commercially available wallpaper illustrating the intersection of the decorative arts and culture at large.  The range of technologies included in the exhibition will illuminate the commercial application of fine art printmaking techniques. Traditional mediums, such as woodcut and screenprint, will be shown along with mechanical reproduction and modern digital techniques.

Papers celebrating George Washington’s Inauguration will hang alongside examples reflecting popular fascination with cowboy culture and foreign lands, as well as contemporary subjects such as air travel. Nature is present in the form of reptiles, bats, domesticated animals, and avian subjects of all variety, and social history is examined in scenes of life in Harlem and community.

New Prints 2010/Winter

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On view: January 12 - February 20, 2010
Selected by: Alexander Campos, Michele Oka Doner, Kathleen Flynn, Shelley Langdale, Dwight E. Lee, and Leslie Miller. 

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New Prints 2010 / Winter is the fiftieth exhibition presented by IPCNY in its Chelsea space since the opening of the gallery in September, 2000.

Artists: Erika Adams, Roberta Allen, Felipe De Jesus Baeza, Karin Bos, Marisa Boullosa, Victoria Burge, Sophie Calle, Jonas
Criscoe (in collaboration with writer Patrick Whitfill), Sage Dawson, E.V. Day, Hope Dector, Lesley Dill, Barbara Duval, Brad Ewing, Alejandro Garcia Restrepo, Klara Glosova, Tai Hwa Goh, William Howard, Richard Hricko, Anita S. Hunt, Nils Karsten, William Kentridge, Andrew Kozlowski, Yunmee Kyong, Karen Lederer, Whitfield Lovell, Franco Marinai, Michael Neff, Mark Parsons, Alyssa Pheobus, Ross Racine, Jenny Robinson, Zoe Sheehan Saldana, David Sandlin, Ana Vivoda, April Vollmer, Tammy Wofsey, and Erin Woodbrey. Artists participating in the S.P. Weather Station collective are: Leah Beeferman, Natalie Campbell, Carrie Dashow, Neil Freeman, Richard Garrison, Michael Geminder, Katarina J erinic, Daniel Larson, Bridget Lewis, Lize Mogel, Heidi Neilson, Chris Petrone, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Jing Yu, and Liz Zanis

New Prints 2009/Autumn

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On view: October 30 - December 12, 2009
Selected by: Erin Donnelly, Richard Dupont, James Miller, José Roca, Jessica Weber, and Maud Welles

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Artists: Rosaire Appel, Lynne Avadenka, Chloe Beaulac, Hakan Berg, Anders Bergstrom, Annie Bissett, Shawn Bitters, Marc  Blumthal, Nicholas Brown, Victoria Burge, Enrique Chagoya, John Robert Craft, Danielle Creenaune, Danielle Dimston, Mark Franchino, Bryan Nash Gill, Talia Greene, lsca Greenfield-­Sanders, Wojciech Kubrakiewicz, Jose Antonio Suarez Londono, Nicola Lopez, Nichole Maury, Allan McCollum, Mitch Mitchell, Sarah Nicholls, Ardan Ozmenoglu, Mark Pease, Liliana Porter, Endi Poskovic, Martin Puryear, Ross Racine, Duke Riley, India Ritchie, Nickolaus Typaldos, Tomi Um, Daryl Vocat, and Fred Wilson.

The collectives represented are: Anymalfunction, Burtonwood & Holmes and Inthang, and Railsmith: Aardvark Aaronson, Sterling Allen, Alice Leora Briggs, Veronica Ceci, Tom Druecker, Katherine Jones, Jules Buck Jones, Drew Liverman, Krista Peters, Matt Rebholz, and Margaret Simpson. 

New Prints 2009/ Summer - Portraits: In Pursuit of Likeness

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On view: June 16 - July 31, 2009
Selected by: Monroe Denton, Valerie Hammond, Kate McCrickard, Evan Mirapaul, Donna Moran, and Sue Scoot

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Artists: Amy Albracht and Cara Siik Benedetto, Joan Dix Blair, Claudio Bravo, Ellie Brown, Lauren Drescher, Benjamin Funke, Juan Garcia, Grace Graupe ­Pillard, Red Grooms, Gary Groves,Joseph Hart, Daniel Heyman, Chika Ito, Amber Keig, Heather Kelly,Jon Kessler, Fawad Khan, Marc Lepson, Benjamin Levy, Mark Licari, Cynthia Lollis and Daniela Deeg, Rebecca Loyche, Barbara Madsen, Traci Molloy, DeWah Montoya, Portia Munson, ArdAn Ozmenoglu, Christopher Rivera, Dora Rosenbaum, David Sandlin, Austin Shull, Rob Strati, Ivanco Talevski, and Blade Wynne.

In addition to the many independent artists included in this show, the presses, publishers and printshops represented are: Diane Villani Editions, Dieu Donne, ETC Press, Holding Her Shape Collects, Lower East Side Printshop, Marlborough Graphics, Serie Project, Inc., SOLO Impression, and Tamarind Institute. 

New Prints 2009/ Spring

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On view: April 23 - May 30, 2009
Selected by: Polly Apfelbaum

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Artists: Lauren Abshire, Kamrooz Aram, Richard Artschwager, Tauba Auerbach, AWG, Glen Baldridge, Colby Bird, Michael Bramwell, Noah Breuer, Tamar Cohen, Ann Conner, Ian Cooper, William Criswell, Elizabeth Deasy, Hope Dector, Tomory Dodge, Carroll Dunham, Orna Feinstein, Elise Ferguson, Steven H. Ford, Jesse Gottesman, Joanne Greenbaum, Ann Hamilton, Denise Hawrysio, Adriane Herman, John Himmelfarb, Robert Howsare, Matt Keegan, William  Kentridge, Andrew Kozlowski, Jennifer Marshall, Chris Martin, Suzanne McClelland, John L. Moore, Laura Moriarty, Jill Moser, Doris Neidl, Danica Phelps, Adam Pitt, Paula Praeger, Erika Radich, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Susan Rothenberg, Anthony Ryan, Jackie Saccoccio, Alison Sahmel, Phil Sanders, Larry Schulte, Mindy Shapero, Shinique Smith, Joan Snyder, Richard Tuttle, and May Yang. 

In addition to the many independent artists included in this show, the presses, publishers and printshops represented include: Axelle Editions, Brooke Alexander Editions, Burnet, Editions, CRG Editions, David Krut Print Workshop, Dolan Maxwell, Editions, Fawbush, Forth Estate, Fresh Hot Press, Gemini G.E.L., Harlan & Weaver, Jungle Press Editions, Lower East Side Printshop, One Eye Pug, Paulson Press, and Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop. 

Seeing God in Prints: Indian Lithographs from the Collection of Mark Baron and Elise Boisanté

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On view: March 4 - April 11, 2009
Curated by: Andrew McCord and Mark Baron

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Seeing God in Prints is the sixth presentation in IPCNY's International Exhibition Series, which was launched in 2003 with Traces and Traditions: Vietnamese Woodblock Prints.  Subsequent presentations include ¡Impresionante! Innovative Prints by Contemporary Puerto Rican Artists, Moscow Grafika: Artists' Prints 1961-2005, New Editions Scotland: Contemporary Artists' Prints from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee, and Graphic Reality: Mexican Printmaking Today.

During the late nineteenth century, India established a printing industry devoted to producing images of Hindu gods and goddesses.  In India today, these prints can be seen everywhere (not the oldest, but examples from the 1960’s on), in stores and restaurants, on taxi dashboards, tied to bicycle handlebars, even nailed to trees as parts of shrines.

For Hindus these prints embody gods, something of the essence or spirit of a god which is manifest in the world. During puja (daily worship) the god is invited to descend into its image and is treated as a guest. Offerings of fruit, flowers, or sweets are placed before these prints, prayers are chanted to them, incense are burned for them, and garlands of marigolds are hung around their frames.

India’s earliest color prints are lithographs printed from limestone blocks. Images were drawn by hand on as many stones as there were colors to be printed. These stones, each inked in one color, were then printed in succession. By the 1940’s this technique was replaced by the faster and lower-cost photo-offset process used today.
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Selected Press: Art in America, Om from India

New Prints 2009/ Winter

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On view: January 14 - February 21, 2009
Selected by: Matthew Day Jackson, Jacob Lewis, Barbara Sahlman, Julie Saul, James Stroud, and Roberta Waddell

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Artists: Romeo Alaeff, Desiree Alvarez, Michael Barnes, Anders Bergstrom, Laura Beyer, Marcin Bialas, Rolando Briseno, Eric Cain, Nathan Catlin, Jean Cencig, Cesar Chavez, Willie Cole, Michael Dal Cerro, Aurora De Armendi, Richard Dupont,James Ehlers, Cecilia Enberg, Eduardo Fausti, Fred Hagstrom, Takuji Hamanaka, Anita S. Hunt, Alysia Kaplan, Colleen Kinsella, Pelagia Kyriazi, Karen Lederer, Beauvais Lyons, Franco Marinai, Robert Mueller, James Mustin III, Michele Oka Doner, Lothar Osterburg, Ardan Ozmenoglu, Chris Papa, Ellen Price, Ross Racine, Jenny Robinson, Richard Ryan, Jean Shin, William H. Skerritt, Hills Snyder, Shina Soma, Buzz Spector, Barbara Takenaga, Tomas Vu, Carol Wax, Mark Wilson, Tammy Wofsey. 

Thirty of the fifty-four works in New Prints 2009 / Winter are by independent artists. Workshops and publishers represented include: Axelle Fine Arts, The Brodsky Center, Burnet Editions, Center Street Studio, Coronado Studio/Serie Project Inc., Dieu Donne, Flatbed Press, Inkonus, LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Carolina Nitsch, Plotzing Press, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Solo Impression, Strong Silent Type Press, TAGA, Tamarind Institute, Wildwood Press LLC. New Prints 2009 /Winter includes prints from coast to coast and abroad, including Canada, Greece, Mexico, Poland and Sweden. 

New Prints 2008/Autumn

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On view: October 22 - November 22, 2008
Selected by: Matthew Day Jackson, Jacob Lewis, Barbara Sahlman, Julie Saul, James Stroud, and Robert Waddell

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Artists: Lauren Abshire, Glen Baldridge, J. Catherine Bebout, Marieke Bolhuis, Matthew Brannon, Nicholas Brown, Ryan Burkhart, Susan Goethe! Campbell, Stacey Cann, Kerstin Cedell, Phillip Chen, Briar Craig, Luke Dorman, Rick Finn, Quintin Gonzalez, Valerie Hammond, Adriane Herman, Tatana Kellner, Damon Kowarsky,Janet Marcavage, Teresa Gomez Martorell,Jiha Moon, Yoko  Motomiya, Ethan Murrow, Heidi Neilson, Tom Orr, Krista Peters, Raymond Pettibon, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Ron Rocco, Nick Satinover, Joyce J. Scott, Scott Stephens, Sarah Sze,  Ivanco Talevski, Richard Tuttle and John Yau,Joe Waks, Allan Wexler, Wang Yuhui. 

New Prints 2008 / Autumn includes three artists books and five three-dimensional objects. Highlights of the exhibition include: Lauren Abshire's Spyglass, a telescope through which a digital print on transparency can be viewed; Glen Baldridge's Here Come the Miracles, a sixty-four-block, seven­ color intaglio wiped relief printed woodcut with two panels upon which "okay" and "fine" are written in a flourished, German-Gothic font; Phillip Chen's Powhatan, a three panel, six-foot relief etching depicting an unlikely assembly of objects ranging from feathers to flying machines; Susan Goethel Campbell and Stacy Cann 's Natural Wonder: Old Faithful and Crowd, are grids exploring the serial nature of printmaking; Krista Peter's Collapsible Home, a three-dimensional etching with hand coloring that actually lights its windows from within; Sarah Sze's Notepad, a deconstructed notebook exploding into balconies, stairs, and ladders; and The Missing Portrait, a book designed by Richard Tuttle with text by poet John Yau. 

FUTURE MUST BE SWEET: Lower East Side Printshop Celebrates 40 Years

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On view: September 18 - October 11, 2008
Curated by: Marilyn S. Kushner

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With The Future Must Be Sweet, IPCNY honors the important contributions of a major non-profit New York City workshop that has provided facilities, instruction and technical and financial assistance to thousands of artists working in the medium of printmaking since its founding in 1968.

The Future Must Be Sweet was curated by Marilyn S. Kushner, Curator and Head, Department of Prints, Photographs and Architectural Collections at the New-York Historical Society. For this major retrospective, Kushner traces LESP’s path in the context of recent history, representing the past forty years with work from the Printshop’s permanent collection created by artists who have held residencies there.

The complete artists’ list is as follows: Ghada Amer, Tomie Arai, Jackie Battenfield, Mike Bidlo, Willie Birch, Zana Briski, Bullet Space, Paul Chan, Theresa Chong, Amy Cutler, Edward Del Rosario, Angie Drakopoulos, Deborah Grant, Joanne Greenbaum, Jose Guinto, Matthew Day Jackson, Glenn Ligon, Ryan McGinness, Carrie Moyer, David Opdyke, Sheila Pepe, Juan Sánchez, Dread Scott, Amy Sillman and Jef Scharf, Clarissa Sligh, Allison Smith, Kiki Smith, Donald Tarantino, Mary Temple, William Villalongo, and Kara Walker.

New Prints 2008/Summer: Artists' Commentary

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On view: June 26 - August 1, 2008
Selected by: Nick Lamia, Gary Simmons, Robin White Owen, Martha Wilson

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Artists: Desiree Alvarez, Katie Baldwin, Kim Baranowski, Michael Barnes, Stephen Barnwell, Judy Bergman Hochberg, Randy Bolton, Liz Chalfin, Anne Chesnut, Leo Cunningham, Tallmadge Doyle, Eileen M. Foti, Leslie Golomb, Deborah Grant, Daniel Hauben, Sarah Hauser, Emily Henretta, Robin Holder, Cooper Holoweski, William Howard, Butt Johnson, Eve Kask, Michael Krueger, Ronna Lebo, Catherine LeCleire, Yvonne Leonard, Marc Leps on, Glenn Ligon, Joseph A. Lupo, Fran co Marinai, Martin Mazorra, Traci Molloy, Nicholas Naughton, Leah Oates, Shani Peters, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Ross Racine, Christopher Rivera, Blake Sanders,Jonathan Thomas,Jeff Wetzig, Dan Wood, and Sang-Mi Yoo. 

NEW PRINTS 2008/ Summer: Artists' Commentary includes the work of forty-two artists from across the country and Puerto Rico, thirty-six of whom work independently. Other countries represented are Estonia and Scotland. Publishers, presses, and galleries represented include: Brodsky Center, New Brunswick, NJ; Burnet Editions, CRG Editions, Lower East Side Printshop, and Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, all in New York City, NY; and Tiny Showcase, Providence, RI. 

New Prints 2008/Spring

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On view: May 1 - June 7, 2008
Selected by: Jane Hammond

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Artists: ADAL, Romeo Alaeff, Rosaire Appel, Matthew Benedict, Laura Berman, Brad Brown, Lisa Bulawsky, Suzanne Caporael, Maria de la Providencia Casanovas, Teresa Cole, Damian Cote, Hope Dector, Lesley Dill, Tomory Dodge, Cecilia Enberg,Joe Fig, Frank Gehry, Torrie Groening, Denise Hawrysio, Arturo Herrera, Nathaniel Hester, Jim Hodges, Mel Kendrick, Mark I<lett, Joyce Kozloff, Karen Kunc, Nichole Maury, Julie Mehretu, Jacques Moiroud, Jiha Moon,John O'Donnell, Paul Henry Ramirez, Elaine Reichek, Jenny Robinson, Ruth Root, Susan Rowland, Ed Ruscha, Patricia Spergel, Hester Stinnett, Randy Wray, and Melinda Yale. 

Publishers, presses, and galleries represented in New Prints 2008/ Spring include: Alexander and Bonin, the Brodsky Center, Burnet Editions, CRG Editions, Diane Villani Editions, Dieu Donne, Flatbed Press, Gemini G.E.L., Lower East Side Printshop, Segura Publishing Company, Serie Project, SOLO Impression, Simmelink/Sukimoto Editions, Tandem Press, and VanDeb Editions.

Propogating Eden

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On View: March 6 – April 19, 2008
Curated By: Pari Stave and Matthew Zucker

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Propagating Eden presented wide-ranging examples of historical and contemporary work in which botanists, printers and artists have employed nature printing techniques. Nature printing is defined as the technique of making impressions either directly or indirectly from natural objects.

Dating from the mid 18th century to the present, the works in Propagating Eden included important scientific botanical treatises illustrated with nature-printed specimens, as well as works by contemporary artists who mine the potential of natural forms incorporating them into their work for expressive purposes, and thus demonstrating how nature printing has evolved with advances in print technologies.

New Prints 2008/Winter

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On view: January 10 - February 23, 2008
Selected by: Gregory Amenoff, Ruth Bowman, Bill Hall, Susan Inglett, Brett Littman, and Dona Warner

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Artists: A WG, Nadine Bariteau, Jennifer Bauer, Brian Borlaug, Noah Breuer, Nicholas Brown, Rachel Burgess, Miguel Cardenas, Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo, Willie Cole, Terry Conrad, Michael Dal Cerro, Matthew DiClemente, Wanda Ewing, Roland Fis­cher, Rebecca Foster, Beka Goedde, Ethan Green, Jose Guinto, Cody Hoyt, Alysia Kaplan, Joyce Kozloff, Jon Lee, Brian Lynch, Nobuko Misawa, Benjamin Moreau, Malcolm Morley, David Opdyke, Chris Papa, Alyson Shatz, Roger Tibbetts, Brad Widness, Fred Wilson, and Megan Yee. 

Twenty-four out of the thirty-five artists included are independent, working in locations across the country and abroad including California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Min­nesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Texas, Washington, Canada, and Japan. Independent artists may statistically dominate the show, however there is a solid presence from respected publishers and presses such as: the Brodsky Center, NJ; Center Street Studio, MA; Derriere l'Etoile Studios, NY; Durham Press, PA; Lower East Side Printshop, NY; LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, NY; Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, NY; and SOLO Impression, NY. IPCNY is pleased to welcome and exhibit work for the first time from One Eye Pug, a brand new publisher in New York. 

New Prints 2007/Autumn

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On view: November 1 - December 19, 2007
Selected by: Christophe Cherix, Jack Enders, David Kurt, Miranda McClintic, Sheila Pepe, and Phil Sanders

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Artists: Eric Avery, Tom Baker, Curtis Bartone, Louisiana Bendolph, Marieke Bolhuis, Maria de la Providencia Casanovas, Chuck Close, Michele Oka Doner, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Alex Dodge, Jessica Dunne, Richard Dupont, Eduardo Fausti, Barnaby Furnas, Joscelyn Gardner, Rie Hasegawa, Art Hazelwood, Yuji Hiratsuka, Laurie Hogin, Jenny Holzer, Tom Huck, William Kentridge, Joey Kotting, Beauvais Lyons, Steve McClure, Mark Mulroney, Abe Murley, Lynn Newcomb, Sarah Nicholls, Lothar Osterburg, Liliana Porter, Andrew Stein Raftery, Ana Joao Romana, Roser Sales, Dasha Shishkin, Jaune Quick-to-See-Smith, Tom Spieth, Nathaniel Stern, Craig Taylor, Mary Temple, and Nicola Tyson.

New Prints 2007/Summer

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On View: June 29 - August 3, 2007
Selected by: Richard Anderman, Donald Baechler, Venetia Kapernekas, Jean-Yves Noblet, Nadine Orenstein, and Yasha Wallin

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Artists: Oswald Auer, Mildred Beltre, Sandow Birk, Bettina Blohm, A.J. Bocchino, Sebastiaan Bremer, Nicola Brunnhuber, Phillip Chen, Josh Cochran, Jordan Crane, Cathie Crawford, Eyal Danieli, Hope Dector, Rupert Deese, Vivian Gottheim, Yves Guezet, Jonathan Higgins, John Himmelfarb, Jeremy Hutchison, Joe lmmen, Dan James, Olivia Kahn, Kathleen Kuster King, Robert Kushner, Natalie Larson, Mark Licari, Ruth Lauer Manenti, Cameron Martin, Eric McKinley, Christoph Meier, Frederick Mershimer, Elisabeth Haly Meyer, Jill Moser, Carrie Moyer, Isabelle Muehlbacher, Sarah Plimpton, Ross Racine, Blake Sanders, Mark Sheinkman, Kate Shepherd, Patrick Simon, Richard Sloat, Shino Soma, Brian Stuparyk, Lava Thomas

New Prints 2007/Spring

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On View: March 9 - April 21, 2007
Selected by: James Siena


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Artists: Ghada Amer, Polly Apfelbaum, Elisabeth Blomster, Klaus Burgel, Nicholas Brown, Enrique Chagoya, Nicolas Conbere, Robert Creighton, Kota Ezawa, Carl Fudge, K.lara Glosova, Joanne Greenbaum, Talia Greene, Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Mona Hatoum, Daniel Heyman, John Himrnelfarb, Yuji Hiratsuka, Meejin Hong, Anita S. Hunt,Johnjacobsmeyer, Maho Kino, Karen Kunc, Max Liboiron, Valerie McEvoy, Linn Meyers, Heidi Neilson, Lothar Osterburg, Robert T. Pannell, Serena Perrone, Ross Racine, Danielle Rante, Barbara Robertson, Carrie Scanga, Dasha Shishkin, William Skerritt, Kiki Smith, Hester Stinnett, Mary Temple

New Prints 2007/Winter

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On View: January 11 - February 24, 2007
Selected by: Amy Cutler, Luther Davis, Paul Laster, Mary Ellen Oldenburg, Robert Rainwater, and Mary Ryan

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Artists: Ghada Amer, Polly Apfelbaum, Elisabeth Blomster, Klaus Burgel, Nicholas Brown, Enrique Chagoya, Nicolas Conbere, Robert Creighton, Kota Ezawa, Carl Fudge, Klara Glosova, Joanne Greenbaum, Talia Greene, Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Mona Hatoum, Daniel Heyman, John Himmelfarb, Yuji Hiratsuka, Meejin Hong, Anita S. Hunt, John J acobsmeyer, Maho Kino, Karen Kunc, Max Liboiron, Valerie McEvoy, Linn Meyers, Heidi Neilson, Lothar Osterburg, Robert T. Pannell, Serena Perrone, Ross Racine, Danielle Rante, Barbara Robertson, Carrie Scanga, Dasha Shishk.in, William Skerritt, K.iki Smith, Hester Stinnett, Mary Temple.