From Betye Saar’s travel journals to early paper silhouettes, projects and exhibitions promise to be fascinating.
The three-day event includes tips on how to photograph your art, workshops on stencil-making, and much more.
“If you’re going to do art history,” Steinberg declared, “you’d better know what your artists were looking at. And that has to include prints.”
In 1979, Frankenthaler traveled to the West Coast and was introduced to the gallery and studio Mixografia, where she would eventually produce a series of serene and exuberant prints.
The 72-by-48-inch print is based on the artist’s recent site-specific installation at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Associated American Artists wanted to bring art to every home.
Copies, Fakes, and Reproductions challenges viewers’ assumptions that “copies” must be “fakes” and therefore “bad.”
Picturing Math at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has prints dating back to the 15th century, all expressing the beauty of mathematics.
When an employee at the Boston Public Library couldn’t find a Rembrandt etching in its Special Collections archive on April 8, it probably didn’t seem like too big a deal.
Charles Lang Freer and Ernst Herzfeld and are two names most people wouldn’t recognize, yet both men were extremely instrumental in shaping the West’s perception of Asia.
It’s not clear who scooped whom, but there are two gallery shows now on view in New York that examine the relationship between art and the newspaper.
CHICAGO — There’s often a tug of war going in between what’s in a work of art and what you are told about it. So when I saw the exhibition Turnin’ the Tip at Chicago’s A+D gallery, my first response was to the work that I was looking at it, independent of catalogue essays or wall text: big black and white woodcuts, printed onto canvas banners, some of them as large as 10 feet by 20 feet, produced with a high degree of skill that calls to mind the Mexican tradition of printmaking exemplified by Posada, and the counter-culture graphic style of Robert Crumb.