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Los Angeles Printmaking Society 20th National Print Exhibition
Curated by: Peter Frank
4800 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Main-recommend2-4cbd52e0f0582293366fa9f79bcce5f5 3 people have recommended this exhibit

October 29th, 2009 - January 3rd, 2010
November 1st, 2009 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Opening reception, National Juried CompetitionNational Juried Competition, Opening reception,
Nov.1st 2009
© Robert Brown
LAPS 20th National catalog, National Juried CompetitionNational Juried Competition,
LAPS 20th National catalog
LAPS 20th National, National Juried CompetitionNational Juried Competition, LAPS 20th National

Vigilia (Vigil), Poli MarichalPoli Marichal, Vigilia (Vigil),
2006, color linocut/embossing, 30" x 22"
© ©2006, Poli Marichal
Waste Management, Fred HolleFred Holle, Waste Management,
Freehand digital print, 17.5" x 12"
© all rights reserved
Neighborhood Montage, Pamela HoulihanPamela Houlihan, Neighborhood Montage,
2009, Intaglio from Solar Plate, 10"X8"
© Pamela Houlihan
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Los Angeles Printmaking Society

The LAPS National with 193 artists presenting their work, as well as recent prints selected from eight of the celebrated Los Angeles presses: Cirrus Editions, Gemini G.E.L, Hamilton Press, Josephine Press, Pat Merrill Fine Art Prints, Mixografia, El Nopal Press and Zita Press; and two special LAPS exhibitions: "Robert Blackburn (1920-2003)" and "Connections: LA Printmaking; 1962 to 1973."

For a list of accepted artists and awards in the LAPS 20th National

Venue includes two special LAPS exhibitions: "Robert Blackburn- Abstract Innovation (1920-2003)" and "Connections: LA Printmaking; 1962 to 1973

Robert Blackburn was a legendary printmaker and artist. Working with artists such as Robert Rauschenburg and Barnett Newman, Blackburn was responsible for some of those artists most celebrated and innovative prints. As an educator and founder of the Printmaking Workshop in New York City, Blackburn shared his talents with artists all over the world. His workshop continues to influence the world of printmaking to this day, serving as an international open print studio and now called the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.

Connections; LA Printmaking 1962 to 1973, tracks the friendships, collaborations and events that shaped the Los Angeles art scene in the sixties and made printmaking an essential element in the DNA of art in LA.

For more information on the Los Angeles Printmaking Society

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