Our new show Artist’s Artists is almost done being installed and will be on view starting tomorrow, July 22nd through October 15th! This exhibition features prints and artist books from the personal collections of James Siena, Josh Smith and Charline von Heyl. Come check it out!
Alethe: My first experience of printmaking was that of making collographs and monoprints at Derby College as part of a level 4 art course which I undertook to fill the gap between BA(Hons) Fine Art and MA ADAPT courses at the University of…
Whatever. Awesome engravings, would love to see them in high-res scans, almost looks like some of the cosmic depths are done in mezzotint, but might just be bad image quality blurring. BHP says, gogogo enjoy these images, try to understand the concept of infinity and, closely related, memento mori.
Barry O’Keefe, Ruckenfigur, 2013, Woodcut. Edition: 3.
"Barry O’Keefe was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. He received a BA in English and Russian Studies from the College of William and Mary in 2010, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Printmaking at Ohio University."
Ruckenfigur and the rest of our New Prints 2014/Summer show will be on view at Christie’s until next Wednesday the 16th!
Liz Bannish, Scene with Three Trilobites, 2014, Lithograph. Edition: 3
Liz Bannish graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2012 with a BFA in Printmaking and minor in Art History.
Although the New Prints Summer/2014 is no longer on view at IPCNY, don’t fret! It will be up at Christie’s from July 9 - 16, so you’ll be able to see Scene with Three Trilobites and other wonderful prints then.
Please join us for a landmark exhibition! For the first time, IPCNY will present New Prints 2014 at Christie’s. The exhibition represents ninety-eight projects by eighty-five artists from the New Prints 2014/Winter, and New Prints 2014/Summer exhibitions held at IPCNY earlier this year. New Prints 2014 will be on view from July 9th through July 14th, 2014 at Christie’s in Gallery 6, 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY. Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday 10 am- 5 pm, and 1 pm to 5pm on Sunday. Additionally, join us on July 10th at 4 pm for Artist talks from three of the participating artists (TBA)!