Opening Reception: September 13th, 6:00-8:00 PM
Flatiron Project Space, 133/141 W 21st Street, Ground Floor
Printmaking as a medium has been around for centuries; today there is a thriving community of modern day printers living right upstairs. It is is an incredibly versatile medium, attracting all kinds of artists, designers, and makers. There is a magical quality to the process of printmaking hand-mixing rich pigment, and pushing it through a screen, or rolling it out with a brayer Working directly with the inks creates a stunning vibrancy of line and color. This show is a celebration of the print medium, featuring works in a variety of techniques, from silkscreen to monoprint, etching and woodcut.
Artists: Rachel Burgess, Alejandro Chen Li, Alfonso De Anda, Chloe Giroux, Nashell Gonzalez, Melissa Guido, Genevieve Irwin, Boyoun Kim, Calla McInnes, Courtney Menard, Bayard Morse, David Sandlin, Sofia Sanfella, Bruce Waldman, Charles Yoder
This exhibition is curated by SVA faculty member Shannon Broder, who teaches in the BFA Visual and Critical Studies, BFA Fine Arts and Continuing Education departments.
Image Credit: Alfonso De Anda