True Monotypes

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On view: March 26 - May 30, 2015
Curated by: Janice C. Oresman

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The curator writes, “Artists find monotypes exciting to make for many reasons. One is the lushness of the medium used. Another is the element of chance that may or may not please them in the printing process such as the softening of outlines, and pooling or bleeding of colors… Collectors seek out monotypes for their sheer beauty as well as for their uniqueness.”

Artist: Rita Ackermann, Chuck Arnoldi, Romare Bearden, Cecily Brown, Gregory Crane, Paul DeRuvo, Valentina DuBasky, Joellyn Duesberry, Carroll Dunham, Mary Frank, Lawrence Gipe, Sue Heatley, Jasper Johns, Jane Kent, Joyce Kozloff, Maya Lin, Judith Linhares, Eddie Martinez, Michael Mazur, Kate McCrickard, James Nares, Anne Neely, John Newman, Elizabeth Peyton, Matt Phillips, Susan Rothenberg, Sara Sanders, Dana Schutz, Richard Segalman, Stuart Shils, Steven Sorman, David Storey, Philip Taaffe, Donald Traver, Mary Jo Vath, Chuck Webster, William Weege, Christopher Wool, and Lisa Yuskavage.

Selected Press: The Brooklyn Rail

50|50: New Prints 2015/Winter

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On View: January 15 - March 14, 2015
Selected by: Joseph Goddu, Jodi Hauptman, Jane Kent, Andrew Mockler, Carrie Pollack, Marc Schwartz

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Opening IPCNY’s 15th Anniversary year, 50/50: New Prints 2015/Winter is the fiftieth in this unique exhibition series. With all prints required to have been made within the past year, these shows bring to the fore new trends, talents and techniques as they emerge in the field of contemporary printmaking. Many mediums of printmaking are represented, including etching, lithography, silkscreen, and relief.

Artists: Golnar Adili, David Altmejd, Steven Arnerich, Ann Aspinwall, Evan Bellantone, Håkan Berg, Mary Lynn Blasutta, Ken Buhler, Deb Chaney, Phillip Chen, Marianne Dages, Thorsten Dennerline, Kevin Frances, Robert Howsare, Travis Janssen, Anita Jung, Hye Lee, Ting Liu,  Matt Magee, Jennifer Marshall, Monique Martin, Janis Murovskis, Leslie Mutchler, Elvia Perrin, Chiara Principe, Ross Racine, Szilvia Revesz, Kate Shepherd, John-Mark Schlink, Jelena Sredanović, Rob Swainston, Eszter Sziksz, Jason Urban, Mark Williams, and Hank Willis.

Mountain Views: Swiss Travel Posters from the Dana/Spencer Collection

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On view: January 14 - March 15, 2015

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IPCNY is pleased to present Mountain Views: Swiss Travel Posters from the Dana/Spencer Collection assembled by Olga and Arthur Dana, an American couple who frequented the ski resorts of the Swiss Alps during the 1950s and ’60s. These colorful vintage lithographs have been lent for exhibition to IPCNY by their daughter, Alice Dana Spencer.

Numbering some thirty-five examples in its entirety, the collection was originally shown at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, VT in 2001, and the next year at the Beard Gallery, Wheaton College, Norton, MA. IPCNY is indebted to Alice Dana Spencer for generously entrusting the posters to us, and to Jeffrey I. Lee and Meghan Freeman, for the research, documentation and scholarship accompanying the show. IPCNY would also like to acknowledge the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York for their assistance in publicizing this exhibition.

Somewheres and Nowheres: New Prints 2014/ Autumn

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On view: October 25 - December 13, 2014
Selected by: Nicola López

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Artists: Peter Baczek, Luke Ball, Stephanie Beck, Silas Breaux, Noah Breuer, Yael Brotman, Robert Brown, Stephanie Bryan, Victoria Burge, Bianca Cork, Cathie Crawford, SamDakota, Michael Dal Cerro, Katie Douglass, Myles Dunigan, Elizabeth Ferrill, Beka Goedde, Wayne Gonzales, Gary Groves, Emily Gui, Neal Harrington, Raul Herrera, Cassandra Hooper, Erik Hougen, Anna Hutchings, Gabriela Jolowicz, Nils Karsten, Nadia Kliendanze, Robin Koss, Michael Loderstedt, Amanda Maciuba, Luciana Maiorana, Maya Malachowski Bajak, Jennifer Manzella, Donald Martin, Fidencio Martinez, Sarah Newton, Rachel Ostrow, Edie Overturf, Goedele Peeters, Krista Peters, Endi Poskovic, Kristin Powers Nowlin, Miryam Prodanovic, Jenny Robinson, David Sandlin, Jason Scuilla, Robin Sherin, Nicholas Skowron, Evan Summer, Rob Swainston, Marie Watt, Tuguldur Yondonjamts, and Jade Yumang.

Presses and Publishers:  Aspinwall Editions (NY), Current Prints (KS), Grenfell Press (NY), Prints of Darkness (NY), Sinland Press (NY), Tamarind Institute (NM), and Open Studio (CAN).

TOUR: Big Picture Show

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On view: September 8 - December 5, 2014

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“Big Picture Show” presents thirty large-scale contemporary prints on view at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery (NY) by artists originally shown at IPCNY in New Prints exhibitions. Organized three times each season, these shows form the core of IPCNY’s programming. Each of the exhibitions is selected by an independent jury sorting through thousands of submissions ranging from self-published artists to international print workshops and publishers. These shows bring to the fore new trends, talents and techniques in the field of contemporary printmaking.

The prints shown here stand out for their excellence of concept, content, and technique—as well as the sheer bravado of their scale. Virtually all mediums of printmaking are represented, from classic techniques of etching, woodcut, lithography, and silkscreen, to more recent innovations such as digital printing and cast paper. Together, they illustrate the creative potential unique to the medium of printmaking, and the formidable talent of artists working in the field today.

“Big Picture Show” is organized by International Print Center New York. The exhibition is sponsored by 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery as a community-based public service in partnership with 1285 Avenue of the Americas and Jones Lang LaSalle. A special thanks to Colin Thomson, director of 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery, and Linda Florio of Florio Design. IPCNY is grateful to the artists and publishers who loaned works for “Big Picture Show”.

Artist’s Artists: James Siena, Josh Smith, and Charline von Heyl Collect Prints

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On view: July 21 – October 15, 2014
Curated by: Gretchen L. Wagner

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Artist’s Artists consists of sixty-four prints and books from the personal collections of three contemporary artists who incorporate printmaking into their artistic practice. Work dating from 1949 to 2013 is included, from antique maps to traditional lithography, intaglio, and silkscreen, along with prints by Louise Bourgeois, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Antoni Tàpies, Christopher Wool, among others. The exhibition reflects the expanse of interests among the three lenders as well as the artistic influences that connect them.

From the collection of James Siena, prints by: Louise Bourgeois, Sarah Carpenter, Bruce Conner, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Steve DiBenedetto, Jane Dickson, Jim Flora, Bill Jensen, Jasper Johns, Cati Laporte, Chris Martin, Katia Santibañez, Charles Seliger, Frank Stella, Antoni Tàpies, and a selection of antique typewriters.

From the collection of Josh Smith, prints by: Rita Ackerman, Bernard Buffet, Charline von Heyl, Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen, Bruce Nauman, Robert Rauschenberg, Pierre Soulages, Aaron Wilson and Tim Dooley (Midwest Pressed), Christopher Wool, and a selection of hand-made books by Josh Smith.

From the collection of Charline von Heyl, prints by: Jean (Hans) Arp, Bernard Buffet, Fernand Leger, Conrad Marca-Relli, Josh Smith, Endre Szasz, and H.C. Westermann.

New Prints 2014/ Summer

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On view: May 30 - July 1, 2014
Selected by: Kit White, Madeline Stratton, Miranda Leighfield, Susan Lorence, Frederick Mershimer

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Artists: Kathy Aoki,  Liz Bannish,  Melanie Bentley,  Serena Bocchino,  Austin Boechler, Douglas Bosley,  Simon Brejcha,   Emily Chaplain, CathyJeanClark, CarmonColangelo,  DouglasCollins,  LucaCruzat, Marianne Dages,   Kristine DeNinno, Robin Dintiman,   Lauren Drescher, Barbara Duval, Ken Frink, Anne Gilman, Karinna Gomez, Richelle Gribble, Anthony Holmquist, Gesine Janzen,Jane Kent, Katerina Kyselica, Jim Lee, Jeremy Lundquist,  WanguiMaina,  BrendaMalkinson,  MargotB.  Myers,  Indrani Nayar-Gall,  Barry O’Keefe,  Howard Paine,  Bill Pangburn,  Darina Peeva, Kate Petley, Sandra Porter, Clifton Riley, David Sandlin, John-Mark Schlink, Susan Schwalb, Brian Shure, Grace Sippy, Ana Sladetić, Jelena Sredanović, Kelsey Stephenson, Rob Swainston, Tom Virgin, and Cleo Michelle Wilkinson.

Presses and Publishers: Aspinwall Editions (NY), Extra Virgin Press (FL), Flying Horse Editions (FL), Manneken Press (IL), Jennifer Melby (NY), Printmaking Center of New Jersey (NJ), Prints of Darkness (NY), Sinland Press (NY). 

Contemporary Brazilian Printmaking,

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On view: March 20 – May 24, 2014
Curated by: Eduardo Besen, Priscila Sacchettin, Rodrigo Naves

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Artists: Nara Amélia, Mônica Barki, Ernesto Bonato, Ulysses Bôscolo, Marco Buti, Cleiri Cardoso, Helena Freddi, Sheila Goloborotko, Nina Kreis, Kika Levy, Fabricio Lopez, Alberto Martins, Claudio Mubarac, Laerte Ramos, Augusto Sampaio, Alexandre Sequeira, and Lambe-Lambes by Maura de Andrade, Sergio Kal, Mauricio Parra, Regina Pinto, Yili Rojas, and Carlos Henrique Soares.

The artists have been selected by a trio of Brazilian curators, art historians and print specialists – Eduardo Besen, Priscila Sacchettin and Rodrigo Naves – working together to identify important trends and achievements in the field of printmaking in Brazil. For the majority of the artists, this exhibition is the first showing of their work in North America. As such, it offers a long-anticipated opportunity for New York audiences to connect first-hand with Brazilian art today.

Using a wide range of mediums, techniques and styles, the artists featured in the exhibition represent many different aspects of contemporary Brazilian printmaking. Resisting convention and embracing technical experimentation, the artists take, in the words of one of the curators, “an intuitive and fresh approach to the genre.” Their techniques range from aquatint, drypoint, mezzotint, and woodcut to contemporary photo etching, digital printing, and photo engraving. Several works are printed on materials such as wood, metal or cloth.

Contemporary Brazilian Printmaking is the eighth presentation of our International Exhibitions Pro­gram. Launched in 2003 with Traces and Traditions: Vietnamese Woodblock Prints, the series has included the following exhibitions: ¡Impresionante! Innovative Prints by Contemporary Puerto Rican ArtistsMoscow Grafika: Artists’ Prints 1961-2005New Editions ScotlandGraphic Reality: Mexican Printmaking TodaySeeing God in Prints: Indian Lithographs from the Collection of Mark Baron and Elise Boisante and, most recently, Silent Watch: Contemporary Prints from Finland.

New Prints 2014/ Winter

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On view: January 22 - March 12, 2014
Selected by: Noah Breuer, Terry Fassburg, Richard Lloyd, Mary Newman, Andre Ribuoli, Madeleine Viljoen

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Artists: BJ Alumbaugh, Frances B. Ashforth, David Avery, Trevor Banthorpe, Jeff Beekman, Brent Bond, Nicholas Brown, Tom Burckhardt, Saul Chernick, Tamar Cohen, Michael Dal Cerro, Tim Dooley,Stella Ebner, Deborah Farnault, Henry Ferreira, Laura Figueiras, Sebastian Garcia Huidobro, Beka Goedde, Brett Groves, John Hankiewicz, Christina Healy, Ben Hilario-Caguiat, Robbin Juris, John Knuth, Jessica Lagunas, J. Myszka Lewis, Kristie MacDonald, Steven Millar, Suzanne Nacha, Elvia Perrin, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Liliana Porter, Jenny Robinson, Stacy Rosende, Rob Swainston, Julia Samuels, David Sandlin, Sara Sanders, Hannah Skoonberg, Ann Stewart, Lauren Thorson, Matt Van Asselt, Mia Westerlund Roosen, DM Witman, and Alison Whitworth.

Presses and Publishers include: Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CT), Hole Editions (Intellectual Property Prints (CA), Lower East Side Print Shop (NY), Oehme Graphics (CO), Open Studio (Toronto), Santo Press (AZ), and Tamarind Institute (NM).

Published by the Artist 2013

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On view: December 12 - 17, 2013
Selected by: Katie Michel and Brad EwingWhether levigating stones or exposing screens, throughout art history the printer’s apprentice dutifully performed such crucial preparatory tasks, often blackening his hands in the process. The lore of these sullied mitts evolved into a convenient allegory, equating the necessary alchemy that these assistants trafficked in to literally “black arts,” and therefore a stand-in for the mischievous hands of a devil – more often than not in an effort to lay blame when misfortune or calamity struck in the studio.

To this day, this de facto “printer’s devil” remains not only a necessary “evil” within the complex process of realizing editions, but like any behind-the-scenes artisan worth his/her salt, an inherently resourceful maker and self-propagator.

Published By The Artist makes reference to that last, lonely line of an artwork’s didactic listing which confesses its affiliation, not with a gallery or collector, but with its creator, while championing the discipline of such “devils” in allocating the time to cleanse blackened hands and produce their own work – often after hours – harnessing the same rigor and commitment lavished upon the realization of prints by more celebrated artists.

New Prints 2013/ Autumn

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On view: October 29 - November 30, 2013
Selected by: Desirée Alvarez, Andrea Butler, Christopher Creyts, Amze Emmons, Kimball Higgs, Tara Misenheimer

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Artists: Rosaire Appel, Susan Belau, Allison Bianco, Noah Breuer, Deborah Chaney, Elizabeth Corkery, Josh Dannin, Sage Dawson, Jeffrey Dell, Kevin Frances, Ron Fundingsland, Anne-Karin Furunes, Rodrigo Gonzalez, Jungil Hong, Richard Hutter, Sea Hyun Lee, Julia Jacquette, Laura Kinneberg, Kaitlin Knapp, Jonggeon Lee, Janet Marcavage, Sean P. Morrissey, Yoonmi Nam, Heidi Neilson, John O’Donnell, Endi Poskovic, David Sandlin, Gunilla Widholm, and Jenny Wiener.

Publishers and presses represented in New Prints 2013/Autumn include 2 by 2 Press, Buildface Press, Dieu Donné, Lower East Side Print Shop, Pace Editions, Inc, and Sinland Press.

News/Prints: Printmaking & the Newspaper

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On view: September 5 - October 19, 2013
Curated by: Anders Bergstrom and Anne LaFond

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Artists: Michael Adams, Becca Albee, Alexander Anderson, Miguel Aragon, Yuri Avvakumov, Georges Braque, Jin Joo Chae, Honoré Daumier, John Dunlap, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Gober, Evan Hecox, Jasper Johns, Matt Keegan, William Kentridge, Vijay Kumar, Jeff Lassahn, Leigh Ledare, Glenn Ligon, Ruth Lingen, Édouard Manet, Conrad Marca-Relli, Kerry James Marshall, Martin Mazorra, Suzanne McClelland, Adam McEwen, Thomas Nast, Claes Oldenburg, José Guadalupe Posada, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha, Dread Scott, David Shrigley, Skewville, Kyle Tata, Rikrit Tiravanija, Gwenn Thomas, Fred Tomaselli, Sweet Toof, Yoshiiku Utagawa.

Curator Bios: Anders Bergstrom graduated from the University of Arizona, Tucson with degrees in Sociology and Studio Art. As an artist and printmaker, he has collaborated with Leslie Miller at Grenfell Press, New York, and Marginal Editions, Brooklyn, and prints at Manhattan Graphics Center. His prints have been included in many IPCNY New Prints exhibitions. Additionally he has exhibited at Abrons Arts Center, New York; Columbia College, Chicago; and Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Plant House New York. His work is held in the collection of the New York Public Library and many private collections.

Anne LaFond earned a B.A. in Russian Studies from Tufts University and her M.F.A. in painting and printmaking from the New York Academy of Art. She has worked with Fred Mershimer and Vijay Kumar and prints at Manhattan Graphic Center. Her prints have most recently been included in exhibits at International Print Center New York, Manhattan Graphics Center, Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Virginia, and the New York Society of Etchers Second National Exhibit juried by Davied Kiehl of the Whitney Museum.

Selected Press: Hyperallergic

New Prints/ New Narratives: Summer 2013

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On view: June 13 - August 9, 2013
Selected by: Andrew Raftery

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Artists: Lynne Allen, Kathy Aoki, Miguel Aragon, Katie Baldwin, Kristin Becker, Mildred Beltre, Allison Bianco, Douglas Bick, Doug Bosley, Alice Leora Briggs, Veronica Ceci, Liz Chalfin, Ann Chernow, Nick Conbere, Madeline D’Aversa, Amze Emmons, Richard Falle, Leslie Golomb, Art Hazelwood, Ellen Heck, Marco Hernandez, Yuji Hiratsuka, Jill Ho-You, Erik Hougen, Cary Hulbert, Jon Irving, Hans Johansson, Gabriela Jolowicz, Mehrdad Khataei, Joyce Kozloff, Brian Kreydatus, Dinh Q. Lê, Jim Lee, Kate Logue, Joseph Lupo, Nicole Maloof, Michael Menchaca, Nathaniel Stern and Jessica Meuninck-Ganger, Florent Morellet, Kurt Pammer, Ryan Parker, Ester Partegàs, Lynn Peterfreund, Kahlil Rintye, Jenny Robinson, Bill Salzillo, Hannah March Sanders, Jesse Shaw, Dan Steeves, Ivanco Talevski, Matthew Van Asselt, Art Werger, George Whitman, Michelle Wilson and Erin Woodbrey.

Presses and publishers represented are: Cascade Press (OH); Centre for Fine Print Research (UK); Center Street Studio (MA); Connecticut Fine Arts, Inc (CT); Flatbed Press (Texas); the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies; Columbia University (NYC); Marginal Editions (NYC); Morakeb-e Siah Institute of Fine Art (Iran), Mullowney Printing (CA), Philagraphika (PA); Rocinante Press (CA).

Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here

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On view: June 13 - September 21, 2013

Al-Mutanabbi Street is the centuries-old center of bookselling in Baghdad, a winding street filled with bookstores and outdoor book stalls. Named after the famed 10th Century classical Arab poet, Al-Mutanabbi, the street has been the hisotric heart and soul of Baghdad literary and intellectual community. On March 5, 2007, a car bomb was detonated on Al-Mutanabbi Street.

Al-Mutanabbi Street Coalition was formed soon afterwards to commemorate not just the tragic loss of life, but also the idea of a targeted attack on a street where ideas have always been exchanged.The coalition, headed by San Francisco poet and bookseller, Beau Beausoleil, issued a call to letterpress printers for a personal response to the bombing. Beausoleil asked printer and professor, Kathleen Walkup, to coordinate the first call on behalf of the coalition; and more than 40 letterpress printers responded to that call. Sarah Bodman, a U.K. book artist coordinated four calls over the next two years, which brought in more than 30 printers from the U.K .and Europe. From North Carolina, Lisa Beth Robinson issued two calls. Printers responded to the tragedy with positive creativity by printing the work of Iraqi, Middle-Eastern, Canadian, Korean, U.K., and American writers. The Al-Mutanabbi Street Broadside Project now holds the work of printers from the United States, the U.K., Canada, Korea, Australia, New Zealand,The Netherlands, Italy, Germany, and France.

25 Broadsides are included in the show by the following artists: Charles Alexander, Johanna Atkinson, Heidi Barlow, Devonne Beech, Josef Beery with Clay Will, Brandon Blevins, Sarah Bodman with Nadia Chalabi, Kathleen Burch, Katherine Case & Annie Stenzel; Anna Cox, Jill Hearne, Barbara Henry, Jane Kennelly with Michael Caine, David Kirby, Tom Leech, Emily Martin, Anne Marie Mun, Kelly Nelson, Megan O’Connell, Bettina Pauly, Garrett Queen with Frank Riccio, Lisa Beth Robinson with Owen Beckman, Janet Rodney, Roger Snell with Elizabeth Leger, and Carol Todaro.

In addition, 11 books on display by the following artists: Laurie Alpert, Franz Baake, Angie Butler & Natalie McGrorty, Azadeh Fatehrad, Ania Gilmore & Annie Zeybekoglu, Noëlle Griffiths, Sarah Jacobs, Karen, Kunc, Andrew Law, Elçcin Marrasli, and Christina Mitrents.

1913 Armory Show Revisited: the Artists and their Prints

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On view: March 23 - May 23, 2013

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This exhibition examines prints by artists from the 1913 Armory Show, including work by the American organizers such as Walt Kuhn and Arthur B. Davies. Several of the original prints in the 1913 show will be on view, as well as many by artists who were represented with paintings or sculpture. We are viewing this important historical event through the lens of fine art prints; both European and American artists will be included. This selection of prints will illustrate the modernity that was such a revelation to the American public at the time of the first exhibition.

Artists in the show include: George Bellows, Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Mary Cassatt, Paul Cezanne, Arthur B. Davies, Edgar Degas, André Derain, Marcel Duchamp, Raoul Dufy, Paul Gauguin, Marsden Hartley, Edward Hopper, Augustus John, Wassily Kandinsky, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Walt Kuhn, Marie Laurencin, Aristide Maillol, John Marin, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch, Jerome Myers, Frank Nankivell, Walter Pach, Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, Maurice Prendergast, Odilon Redon, Ker-Xavier Roussel, John Sloan, Félix Vallotton, Jacques Villon, Jean-Édouard Vuillard, Abraham Walkowitz, Max Weber, Marguerite Zorach, William Zorach.

Pop-Up! The Magical World of Movable Books — Selections from the Collection of Bernard S. Shapiro

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On view: January 18 – May 10, 2013

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Bernard S. Shapiro (1917-2009) was a Boston-based entrepreneur with many interests who formed the collection over a period of some twenty years. The collection numbers over 250 books, of which thirty-five were originally shown at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA in the winter of 2012. IPCNY has selected seventeen from the children’ book portion of the collection for presentation here.

Mr. Shapiro’s first acquisition was Lothar Meggendorfer’s International Circus: A Reproduction of the Antique Pop-Up Book, purchased at a neighborhood bookshop in Brookline, MA. It remained a centerpiece of his collection, inspiring the many acquisitions that followed, discovered in antique shops and bookstores in Boston, New York, Canada, and overseas during travels.

 

New Prints 2013/ Winter

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On view: January 18 - March 9, 2013
Selected by: Kelly Driscoll, Ruth LingenChris Santa MariaLothar OsterburgAllison Rudnick, Harriet Warm

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Artists: Miguel A. Aragon, Ann Aspinwall, Denise Bookwalter, Sabra Booth, Richard Bosman, Eva Bovenzi, Yael Brotman, Nicholas Brown, Christopher Cannon, Alejandro Casazi, Phillip Chen, Tommy Cinquegrano, Donna Diamond, Luci Eldridge, Nicole Eisenman, Deborah Farnault, Dikko Faust, Kevin Frances, Paula García Arizcun, Anne Gilman, Georgia Grigoriadou, Valerie Hammond, Sarah Hauser, Amber Heaton, Yuji Hiratsuka, Richard Hricko, Saskia Jetten, Jasper Johns, Louise Kohrman, Lauren Moran, Nicola Lopez, Renee Magnanti, Nathan Meltz, Frederick Mershimer, Steven Millar, Thomas Nawrocki, LeRoy Nieman, Debra Pearlman, Serena Perrone, Endi Poskovic, Kasey Ramirez, Naomi Reis, Andra Samelson, Julia Samuels, David Sandlin, Jason Scuilla, Sarah Shebaro, Aimee Shelton, James Siena, Tatiana Simonova, William Skerritt, Brian Spolans, José Antonio Suárez Londoño, Beth Sutherland, Sarah Sze, Yasuyo Tanaka, Tonja Torgeson, Liz Ward, Albert Webb, Josh Winkler, Matthew Zaccari, and SP Weather Station.

Presses and publishers represented include: Axelle Fine Art, Dieu Donné, the LeRoy Neiman Center at Columbia University, Flatbed Press, Harlan and Weaver, Jungle Press Editions, Oehme Graphics, Purgatory Pie Press and Tamarind Institute.

New Prints 2012/ Autumn

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On view: October 20 - November 17, 2012
Selected by: Judith Dobrzynski, Raymond Foye, David W. Kiehl, Kakyoung Lee, Janice Oresman, Erik Hougen

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Artists: Desirée Alvarez, Rosaire Appel, Ann Aspinwall, David Avery, Jebah Baum, Anders Bergstrom, Simon Brejcha, Victoria Burge, James Dormer, Elizabeth Dove, James Ehlers, Rick Finn, Joscelyn Gardner, Jennie C. Jones, Oksana Judakova, Travis Lawrence, Janet Marcavage, Ania Matuszewska, Lothar Osterburg, Sunghee Pae, Lynn Peterfreund, Clarissa Plank, Ross Racine, Laurie Szujewska, Sandy Walker and Rachel Perry Welty. In addition, workshops represented in this show are Lower East Side Printshop (New York, NY) and Center Street Studio (Milton Village, MA).

The Master Printer and the Collaborative Process: Conversations From the Print Studio

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On View: September 8 - October 13, 2012
Curated by: Elizabeth Hodermarksy

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The presentation brings together ten projects on which Master Printer Craig Zammiello collaborated with ten contemporary artists – Mel Bochner, Carroll Dunham, Ellen Gallagher, Jane Hammond, Suzanne McClelland, Chris Ofili, Elizabeth Peyton, Matthew Ritchie, Kiki Smith, and Terry Winters. The majority of the works involve intaglio techniques, which are Mr. Zammiello’s specialty, and they document the use of his technical skill in combination with the motivations and distinctive processes of each of the ten different artists. The scope of the projects ranges from individual prints to suites and portfolios, and all were published in recent years by Two Palms Press, New York, NY and Universal Limited Art Editions, Bay Shore, NY.

The exhibition itself is a collaborative project between IPCNY and Elisabeth Hodermarsky, Sutphin Family Senior Associate Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery. The works in the show mirror those discussed in a forthcoming publication from the Yale University Art Gallery (and distributed by Yale University Press) titled Conversations from the Print Studio: A Master Printer in Collaboration with Ten Artists, and co-authored by Ms. Hodermarsky and Mr. Zammiello. Through conversations between the authors and the ten artists, the book describes the evolution of the works, “from inception to completion, tracing each artist’s initial vision, the artist’s and printer’s creative strategies, and reactions to the final product” (Yale University Press). The publication will be released on August 20, 2012, and will also serve as the catalogue for the exhibition.

International Print Center New York is grateful to Two Palms Press, NY and to Universal Limited Art Editions, NY, for so generously lending prints to this exhibition.

New Prints 2012/ Summer

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On view: May 24 - July 27, 2012
Selected by: Shahzia Sikander

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Artists: Golnar Adili, Felipe Baeza, James Bailey, Natalya Balnova, Joell Baxter, Joe Biel, Danielle Blevins, Nancy Bolan, Yael Brotman, Maria Providencia Casanovas, Phillip Chen, Tamar Cohen, Max Colby, Mauricio Cortes, Santiago Cucullu, Michael Dal Cerro, Rhonda Davies, Erin Diebboll, Stella Ebner, Orna Feinstein, Rochelle Feinstein, Yuko Fukuzumi, Ron Fundingsland, Shanti Grumbine, Libby Hague, Hannah Harkes, Dusty Herbig, Yuji Hiratsuka, Szu-Wei Ho, Anthony Holmquist, Traci Horgen, Gunnhilde Høyer, Raluca Iancu, Donna Ingemanson, Jon Irving, Elizaveta Ivanova, Oksana Judakova, Naomi Kazama, Mario Laplante, Michael Loderstedt, Janet Marcavage, Michael Marshall, Chris Martin, Kristen Martincic, Tokoha Matsuda, Elizabeth Mayor, Michael Miller, Samantha Mitchell, James Mustin, Yoonmi Nam, Thomas Nawrocki, Doris Neidl, Bridget O’Donnell, Sharron Okines, Alice O’Neill, Sara Parkel, Enoc Perez, Serena Perrone, Miriam Rudolph, Dan Rule, David Sandlin, Ursula Schneider, Susan Schwalb, Robert Schwark, Andrew Shin, Lesley Sickle, Brian Spolans, Keigo Takahashi, Fulvio Tomasi, Albert Webb, Alexi Worth, and Derick Wycherly.

Presses, publishers, and printshops represented are: The Art Department Print Studio at The University of Hawaii (Hilo, Hawaii), Cade Tompkins Projects (Providence, RI), DC Moore Editions (New York, NY), Derriere L’Etoile Studios (New York, NY), Le Dernier Cri (Marseille, France), The Leroy Neiman Center for Print Studies (Columbia University, New York, NY), Lower East Side Printshop (New York, NY), Jennifer Melby (New York, NY), and New West Editions (Seattle, WA).