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New Prints 2014/Summer

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© Courtesy of the artist & The IPCNY International Print Center New York
New Prints 2014/Summer

508 W.26th St.
Rm 5A
10001 New York
NY
US
May 30th, 2014 - July 1st, 2014
Opening: June 4th, 2014 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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DESCRIPTION

International Print Center New York presents New Prints 2014/Summer, on view at 508 West 26th St, 5th Floor, from May 30 - July 1, 2014. The exhibition consists of forty-nine projects by forty-nine artists, and was selected from over 3,000 prints. New Prints 2014/Summer is the forty-eighth presentation of IPCNY's New Prints Program, a series of juried exhibitions organized by IPCNY several times each year featuring prints made within the past twelve months. An illustrated brochure with a curatorial essay by Kit White accompanies the exhibition.  

The show was selected by: Rosaire Appel (Artist, Writer, Bookmaker), Miranda Leighfield (Director, David Krut Projects), Susan Lorence (Private Dealer), Fred Mershimer (Artist, Teacher), Madeline Stratton (Cataloguer, Prints and Multiples Department, Christie's, NY), and Kit White (Artist and Professor).  

New Prints 2014/Summer consists of lithographs, monotypes, letterpress, intaglio, woodcuts and many other forms of both conventional and exploratory printmaking techniques. Highlights include Grace Sippy's Slippery Disturbance, a piece which combines printmaking, photography, and drawing to create a visceral observation of the human condition.  Mezzotint works by Douglas Bosley, Karinna Gomez, and Cleo Michelle Wilkinson emphasize an absolute dedication to traditional printmaking, while integrating modern imagery into classical technique. A portfolio of etchings by Susan Schwalb presents a musical narrative of movement and color. The exhibited works encompass a variety of media and content;  all celebrate the venerable art of print.

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