The Print Center

The Print Center Nonprofit gallery dedicated to contemporary photography and print.

The Print Center encourages the growth and understanding of photography and printmaking as vital contemporary arts through exhibitions, publications and educational programs.

THURSDAY! Please join us as we open THREE new exhibitions: “Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL," "Stephanie Santana: W...
04/17/2024

THURSDAY! Please join us as we open THREE new exhibitions: “Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL," "Stephanie Santana: Ways of Knowing" and "Martie Zelt: Land Strider."

Thursday, April 18
🕠 5:30pm: Gallery Talk with Hellebrand, Santana + Lauren Rosenblum, Jensen Bryan Curator
🕕 6 – 7:30pm: Opening Reception

We are pleased to present new exhibitions featuring three generations of women artists whose interests in image-making go side-by-side with their abiding interest in materiality.

"Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL" () is the premiere exhibition of the esteemed photographer’s n**e images of aging women created as photogravures on paper and plaster.

"Stephanie Santana: Ways of Knowing" is Santana’s () first solo exhibition. It comprises handmade textiles printed with images of Black matriarchs, both familial and anonymous, created in an effort to connect with ancestral knowledge.

"Martie Zelt: Land Strider" is a commemorative survey of the late artist’s abstract prints and paperworks that capture the spirit of her nomadic existence between Philadelphia and New Mexico.

These shows are presented in conjunction with and will be on view April 19 – July 20, 2024. We hope you will visit!

Want to learn more about creating + publishing a book? This seminar is for you! It will be JAM-PACKED with amazing insig...
04/17/2024

Want to learn more about creating + publishing a book? This seminar is for you! It will be JAM-PACKED with amazing insights, advice from experts, personal accounts and inspiring tips. Get your ticket soon, spaces are filling up quickly for our Photobook Seminar with Mary Virginia Swanson () + guest panelists! 💥📚 Link in bio 🔗 to learn more + register.

This in-person seminar promises to be an informative afternoon, allowing artists to consider the many options for bringing their work to book form. Join us and hear from numerous professionals in various fields!
➡ Saturday, April 20
➡ 1 – 2pm, “To Be Published, or Self-Publish? An Overview of Options,” with Mary Virginia Swanson
➡ 2:15 – 5:15pm, Panel “Creating a Photobook,” with Laurie Churchman, Lynne Farrington, Gianluca and Gianmarco Gamberini of L’Artiere, Will Harris, Gregory Eddi Jones, John Joyce, Andrea Modica and Ron Tarver
➡ 5:30 – 6:30pm, Book signings and Reception (participants are welcome to bring books to share and sell during the reception, register early, space is limited)

The journey to bring your completed project to book form can take many paths: utilizing “print-on-demand” technology, working closely with an experienced team of publishing professionals and choosing to self-publish and/or produce your book in small or limited editions. Depending on the role of a publication in your artistic practice, there is much to consider well in advance of making decisions.

Cost: $50 ($40 for Print Center Members and students) Link in bio 🔗 for full information + to register.

Stop by our table + say hello at the 2nd annual printPHILLY! Fair next weekend! 👋 We will have a wide variety of prints ...
04/14/2024

Stop by our table + say hello at the 2nd annual printPHILLY! Fair next weekend! 👋 We will have a wide variety of prints and artists represented at our table and would love to see you! 🧡

➡ Saturday, April 20, 2024
➡ 10am – 3pm
➡ Hosted at the University of the Arts, Solmssen Court (320 S. Broad St)
➡ Showcasing 56 vendors + celebrating the rich and expanding Philadelphia printmaking community
➡ For more info, check out .print.consortium

We hope to see you there!


Final week to see Edna Andrade's Windows on Latimer installation "Enigma," on view in our bay window through April 18!•T...
04/13/2024

Final week to see Edna Andrade's Windows on Latimer installation "Enigma," on view in our bay window through April 18!

The screenprint "Enigma" is characteristic of Andrade’s work, which from the mid-1960s, featured precise, geometric compositions in bold colors. The resulting dynamic optical effect is known as Op Art. Andrade said, “My ideas come from organic structures, crystallography, physics, gestalt psychology and from games, patterns, puzzles and sunsets at the end of Pine Street.” "Enigma" was included The Print Center’s exhibition, "Women Printmakers," presented as a part of the 1974 FOCUS festival celebrating women in the arts. Though Andrade was primarily interested in the objectivity of geometry, the image recalls the female form. Read more about Andrade: https://printcenter.org/100/windows-on-latimer/

Courtesy of the Estate of Edna Wright Andrade & Locks Gallery, Philadelphia ()

This presentation is organized in conjunction with (re)FOCUS 2024 (), a citywide festival showing how women-identified and BIPOC artists have moved from the periphery to the center of the art world. Head down Latimer Street and tag to share your experience!

Our exhibition, "A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures," with Carmen Winant traveled to the Knoxville Museum of Art...
04/12/2024

Our exhibition, "A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures," with Carmen Winant traveled to the Knoxville Museum of Art back in January, and we are so thrilled to see what an overwhelmingly positive response it has gotten! It will be closing this weekend on April 14, so if you're in the area, this is your LAST CHANCE to see this new iteration of the show and all of the incredibly powerful work it holds.

is free and open to the public, and offers guided tours led by trained docents at 2pm. Discover the thought-provoking work of 2024 Whitney Biennial artist Carmen Winant before it's gone!

This exhibition was originally on view at The Print Center from April 15 – July 16, 2022. Original support for A Brand New End was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage ().

You can also get a copy of the highly-acclaimed artist book by .winant, published in conjunction with the original exhibition, by using the link 🔗 in our bio! ⚠️ Content warning: please be advised that the book contains depictions and descriptions of domestic violence.

💥 Next week! Please join us on Thursday the 18th as we open THREE new exhibitions: “Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL...
04/12/2024

💥 Next week! Please join us on Thursday the 18th as we open THREE new exhibitions: “Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL," "Stephanie Santana: Ways of Knowing" and "Martie Zelt: Land Strider."

Thursday, April 18
🕠5:30pm: Gallery Talk with Hellebrand, Santana + Lauren Rosenblum, Jensen Bryan Curator
🕕6 – 7:30pm: Opening Reception

We are pleased to present three solo exhibitions featuring artists whose interests in image-making go side-by-side with their shrewd uses of artistic materials. "Nancy Hellebrand: EVERYBODYBEAUTIFUL" presents, for the first time, the esteemed photographer’s () n**e images of aging women as captivating photogravures on paper and on plaster casts. "Stephanie Santana: Ways of Knowing," Santana’s () first solo exhibition, is comprised of hand-made textiles printed with images of Black matriarchs, both familial and anonymous, created in an effort to connect with ancestral knowledge. "Martie Zelt: Land Strider" is a commemorative survey of the artist’s abstract prints and paperworks that capture the spirit of her nomadic existence between Philadelphia and New Mexico.

These shows will be on view April 19 – July 20, 2024. We hope you will visit!

Calling all Artists interested in publishing a book! Spots are filling up quickly for our Photobook Seminar with Mary Vi...
04/10/2024

Calling all Artists interested in publishing a book! Spots are filling up quickly for our Photobook Seminar with Mary Virginia Swanson () + special guests! 💥📚 Reserve your spot today + join us for an inspiring + informative afternoon to consider the many options for bringing your work to book form. Learn more + register: https://printcenter.org/100/event/bringing-your-project-to-publication-a-survey-of-possibilities/

This in-person Seminar will be jam-packed with information, advice + the opportunity to hear from numerous professionals in various fields!
➡ Saturday, April 20
➡ 1 – 2pm, “To Be Published, or Self-Publish? An Overview of Options,” with Mary Virginia Swanson
➡ 2:15 – 5:15pm, Panel “Creating a Photobook,” with Laurie Churchman, Lynne Farrington, Gianluca and Gianmarco Gamberini of L’Artiere, Will Harris, Gregory Eddi Jones, John Joyce, Andrea Modica and Ron Tarver
➡ 5:30 – 6:30pm, Book signings and Reception (participants are welcome to bring books to share and sell during the reception, register early, space is limited)

The journey to bring your completed project to book form can take many paths: utilizing “print-on-demand” technology, working closely with an experienced team of publishing professionals and choosing to self-publish and/or produce your book in small or limited editions. Depending on the role of a publication in your artistic practice, there is much to consider well in advance of making decisions.

Cost: $50 ($40 for Print Center Members and students). For full information + to register: https://printcenter.org/100/event/bringing-your-project-to-publication-a-survey-of-possibilities/

From  : Tamsen Wojtanowski (Philadelphia, PA) utilizes paper as a medium to document and contemplate history. She pays t...
04/06/2024

From : Tamsen Wojtanowski (Philadelphia, PA) utilizes paper as a medium to document and contemplate history. She pays tribute to her past and present identities through the use of cyanotype emulsion, a material acutely responsive to the passage of time and exposure. Wojtanowski's () work often addresses her position as a mother, reflecting on a previous version of herself and the chaos that accompanies the gift of children. Becoming a mother offered her a fresh perspective, akin to discovering the world anew. Her artwork is intended to be a sanctuary for contemplation, a space for delving into the profound inquiries often overlooked in the busyness of adulthood.

"Memorial Bush," 2020, is a cyanotype, 11 1/8" x 7 1/2", available for $275. Purchase here

P.S. Check out Wojtanowski's work on view at Pink Noise Projects () through April 26!

This print and others by Wojtanowski are available for purchase in The Print Center Gallery Store. If you are interested in learning more or making a purchase: shop online (https://shorturl.at/pqBV8), visit us at The Print Center (Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm), or contact us at [email protected].

✨New "Windows on Latimer" installation! Our galleries are closed, but we still have artwork to share with you: come by  ...
04/05/2024

✨New "Windows on Latimer" installation! Our galleries are closed, but we still have artwork to share with you: come by to see Edna Andrade's work in our bay window through April 18!

The screenprint "Enigma" is characteristic of Andrade’s work, which from the mid-1960s, featured precise, geometric compositions in bold colors. The resulting dynamic optical effect is known as Op Art. Andrade said, “My ideas come from organic structures, crystallography, physics, gestalt psychology and from games, patterns, puzzles and sunsets at the end of Pine Street.” "Enigma" was included The Print Center’s exhibition, "Women Printmakers," presented as a part of the 1974 FOCUS festival celebrating women in the arts. Though Andrade was primarily interested in the objectivity of geometry, the image recalls the female form. Read more about Andrade using the link in our bio! 🔗

Courtesy of the Estate of Edna Wright Andrade & Locks Gallery, Philadelphia ()

This presentation is organized in conjunction with (re)FOCUS 2024 (), a citywide festival showing how women-identified and BIPOC artists have moved from the periphery to the center of the art world. Head down Latimer Street and tag to share your experience!

LAST CHANCE to see the powerful work of Gary Burnley, Ranran Fan + Natalia Mejía Murillo! These exhibitions are on view ...
03/29/2024

LAST CHANCE to see the powerful work of Gary Burnley, Ranran Fan + Natalia Mejía Murillo! These exhibitions are on view through Saturday, March 30.

"Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可" () features multi-media and interactive works that explore print as a tool for nonverbal communication – specifically as a means to maintain family relationships and to navigate life as an immigrant in the United States.

"Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence" () explores cartography, combining printed maps with glass, branches and other fragile organic materials in installations that both symbolize and perpetuate the ancient human drive to chart the unknown.

“Gary Burnley: Caste" features collaged images that draw on historical portrait paintings and vernacular photographs of African Americans which collapse time, genre and class while questioning traditional conventions of portraiture and the presentation of race and beauty.

Images:
Installation views, 2024. Photos: Jaime Alvarez

We're excited to announce that tickets are now available for our upcoming Photobook Seminar with Mary Virginia Swanson (...
03/28/2024

We're excited to announce that tickets are now available for our upcoming Photobook Seminar with Mary Virginia Swanson ()! 💥📚 Learn more + register: https://shorturl.at/ityLY

"Bringing your Project to Publication: A Survey of Possibilities"
The journey to bring your completed project to book form can take many paths: utilizing “print-on-demand” technology, working closely with an experienced team of publishing professionals and choosing to self-publish and/or produce your book in small or limited editions. Depending on the role of a publication in your artistic practice, there is much to consider well in advance of making decisions.

This Seminar will be jam-packed with information, advice + the opportunity to hear from numerous professionals in the field!
➡ Saturday, April 20
➡ 1 – 2pm, “To Be Published, or Self-Publish? An Overview of Options,” with Mary Virginia Swanson
➡ 2:15 – 5:15pm, Panel “Creating a Photobook,” with Laurie Churchman, Gianluca and Gianmarco Gamberini of L’Artiere, Will Harris, Gregory Eddi Jones, John Joyce, Andrea Modica and Ron Tarver
➡ 5:30 – 6:30pm, Book signings and Reception (participants are welcome to bring books to share and sell during the reception, register early, space is limited)

Cost: $50 ($10 discount for Print Center Members and students) For full information + to register: https://shorturl.at/ityLY

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This is the FINAL WEEK to see our three current exhibitions:✨“Gary Burnley: Caste"✨"Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"✨"...
03/25/2024

This is the FINAL WEEK to see our three current exhibitions:
✨“Gary Burnley: Caste"
✨"Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"
✨"Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence"

The last day to see these shows is Saturday, March 30!
The Print Center is free and open to the public Tuesdays - Saturdays, 11am - 6pm.

These exhibitions were awarded from our 98th ANNUAL International Competition. Gary Burnley's collaged images draw on historical portrait paintings and vernacular photographs of African Americans which collapse time, genre and class while questioning traditional conventions of portraiture and the presentation of race and beauty.

Ranran Fan's () multi-media and interactive works explore print as a tool for nonverbal communication – specifically as a means to maintain family relationships and to navigate life as an immigrant in the United States.

Natalia Mejía Murillo () explores cartography, combining printed maps with glass, branches and other fragile organic materials in installations that both symbolize and perpetuate the ancient human drive to chart the unknown.

Images (all photos: Jaime Alvarez):
1. Installation view, “Gary Burnley: Caste," 2024
2. Installation view, Ranran Fan, "FontMaker," 2023, plastic, wood, monofilament,
metal and acrylic
3. Installation view, "Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence," 2024

Spring has sprung! Celebrate the season with prints from  . •1. Cynthia Back’s “Invasives: Spring,” 2020, is a reduction...
03/23/2024

Spring has sprung! Celebrate the season with prints from .

1. Cynthia Back’s “Invasives: Spring,” 2020, is a reduction woodcut, 10” x 12”, in an edition of 10, available for $175
2. Anna Jeretic’s “Baby Fern,” 2010, is an etching, 11 3/4" x 9”, available for $110
3. Rebecca Gilbert’s “Lucky,” 2010, is a reduction and multiple block woodcut, 11” x 15”, available for $500

If you are interested in learning more about these works or making a purchase: shop online (link 🔗 in bio), visit us at The Print Center (Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm), or contact us at [email protected].

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TOMORROW! Please join us on Zoom on Thursday, March 21 for an Artist Talk with Natalia Mejía Murillo ()! She will join u...
03/20/2024

TOMORROW! Please join us on Zoom on Thursday, March 21 for an Artist Talk with Natalia Mejía Murillo ()! She will join us virtually from Doha, Qatar to talk about her work, sources of inspiration and our show "Between Emergency and Imminence."
➡️ Thursday, March 21 @ 6pm (ET)
➡️ Presented ONLY on Zoom, register here: https://shorturl.at/CFLN9

Mejía’s practice is based in her interest in cartography. She combines printed charts and maps with glass, branches and other fragile organic materials that symbolize and perpetuate the human drive to measure the world and understand the unknown. Trained as a printmaker, and influenced by the imagined worlds of writers Jorge Luis Borges and Italo Calvino, she makes work in which poetry and materiality hold equal importance. Pushing the boundaries of traditional printmaking, she experiments with “the essential act of touch, the trace that a body leaves on another body” that are common to both print and sculpture.

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Between Emergency and Imminence," on view through March 30, 2024. Also on view: "Gary Burnley: Caste" and "Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"

Images (all photos: Jaime Alvarez):
1. "Pillars" (detail), 2023, wood, blown glass and woodcut
2. "About the Celestial Bodies," 2022, woodcut, eggshell powder and natural binder
3. "Topographies," 2022, blown glass and slag
4-5. Installation views, "Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence"

From  : Yoonmi Nam's (Lawrence, KS) work considers cross-cultural experience and a sense of transience through observati...
03/20/2024

From : Yoonmi Nam's (Lawrence, KS) work considers cross-cultural experience and a sense of transience through observation of everyday objects and occurrences. "Jazz" comments on time, permanence and ephemerality, and the contradictions of consumerism.

P.S. Happy belated birthday, Yoonmi! 🥳

Nam's "Jazz," 2017, is a lithograph, 14" x 11", in an edition of 35, available framed for $530. Purchase here: https://shorturl.at/eJU08

This print and others by Nam are available today in The Gallery Store. If you are interested in learning more about this work or a purchase, you can shop online, visit us at The Print Center or contact us at [email protected].

Please join us virtually on Thursday, March 21 for an Artist Talk with Natalia Mejía Murillo ()! She will join us virtua...
03/17/2024

Please join us virtually on Thursday, March 21 for an Artist Talk with Natalia Mejía Murillo ()! She will join us virtually from Doha, Qatar to talk about her work, sources of inspiration and our show "Between Emergency and Imminence."
➡️ Thursday, March 21 @ 6pm (ET)
➡️ Presented ONLY on Zoom, register: https://shorturl.at/CFLN9

Mejía’s practice is based in her interest in cartography. She combines printed charts and maps with glass, branches and other fragile organic materials that symbolize and perpetuate the human drive to measure the world and understand the unknown. Trained as a printmaker, and influenced by the imagined worlds of writers Jorge Luis Borges and Italo Calvino, she makes work in which poetry and materiality hold equal importance. Pushing the boundaries of traditional printmaking, she experiments with “the essential act of touch, the trace that a body leaves on another body” that are common to both print and sculpture.

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Between Emergency and Imminence," on view through March 30, 2024.

Also on view: "Gary Burnley: Caste" and "Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"

TOMORROW! Please join us on Thursday, March 14 for an experimental, participatory performance and artist talk with Ranra...
03/13/2024

TOMORROW! Please join us on Thursday, March 14 for an experimental, participatory performance and artist talk with Ranran Fan. We will also learn more about Fan's () interdisciplinary approach to print and their interactive exhibition "Pressing Matters 按压即可."
➡️ Thursday, March 14 @ 6pm (ET)
➡️ Presented both in-person and on Zoom
https://printcenter.org/100/event/performance-artist-talk-with-ranran-fan/

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Pressing Matters 按压即可," on view through March 30, 2024.

Also on view: "Gary Burnley: Caste" and "Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence"

Image: Ranran's performance at the Opening Reception of "Pressing Matters"

From  : Enid Mark’s (1932-2008) work explores topics such as travel, mythology and botany through a variety of media inc...
03/12/2024

From : Enid Mark’s (1932-2008) work explores topics such as travel, mythology and botany through a variety of media including lithography, intaglio and artist books. This work, "Progression V: Iris," was published by The Print Center in 2006, and features two plates printed on one sheet – each revealing a different facet of the delicate floral subject.

Enid Mark's "Progression V: Iris," 2006, is a polymer plate intaglio, 11 1/2" x 16", in an edition of 50, $800. Purchase here: https://shorturl.at/glmG1

This work and others published by The Print Center are available today in The Gallery Store. If you are interested in learning more or making a purchase: shop online, visit us at The Print Center or contact us at [email protected].

Visit by March 30th to see our three current exhibitions:✨"Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"✨"Natalia Mejía Murillo: Be...
03/11/2024

Visit by March 30th to see our three current exhibitions:
✨"Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可"
✨"Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence"
✨“Gary Burnley: Caste"

These exhibitions were awarded from our 98th ANNUAL International Competition. Ranran Fan's () multi-media and interactive works explore print as a tool for nonverbal communication – specifically as a means to maintain family relationships and to navigate life as an immigrant in the United States. Natalia Mejía Murillo () explores cartography, combining printed maps with glass, branches and other fragile organic materials in installations that both symbolize and perpetuate the ancient human drive to chart the unknown. Gary Burnley's collaged images draw on historical portrait paintings and vernacular photographs of African Americans which collapse time, genre and class while questioning traditional conventions of portraiture and the presentation of race and beauty.

UPCOMING:
➡ Join us for a Performance + Artist Talk with Ranran Fan this Thursday, March 14 at 6pm (ET) - presented in-person and on Zoom
➡ Then, join us next week for an Artist Talk with Natalia Mejía Murillo on Thursday, March 21 at 6pm (ET) - presented only on Zoom
➡ Register for both Zooms: https://printcenter.org/100/events/

Images: Installation views of Fan's, Mejía's and Burnley's exhibitions. Photos: Jaime Alvarez.

Please join us on Thursday, March 14 for an experimental, participatory performance/artist talk with Ranran Fan. We will...
03/08/2024

Please join us on Thursday, March 14 for an experimental, participatory performance/artist talk with Ranran Fan. We will also learn more about Fan's () interdisciplinary approach to print and their interactive exhibition "Pressing Matters 按压即可."
➡️ Thursday, March 14 @ 6pm (ET)
➡️ Presented both in-person and on Zoom
https://printcenter.org/100/event/performance-artist-talk-with-ranran-fan/

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition "Pressing Matters 按压即可," on view through March 30, 2024.

Also on view: "Gary Burnley: Caste" and "Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence"

Images:
1. Ranran's performance at the Opening Reception of "Pressing Matters"
2. Ranran Fan

The 98th ANNUAL Online Portfolio Exhibition is now LIVE! 🎉•We are pleased to share the ANNUAL International Competition ...
03/04/2024

The 98th ANNUAL Online Portfolio Exhibition is now LIVE! 🎉

We are pleased to share the ANNUAL International Competition Online Portfolio Exhibition, which presents the work of the 10 Finalists and 25 Semifinalists, selected by jurors Dr. Kimberli Gant () and Diana Gaston (.diana) from the over 480 international artists who submitted. This is a selection of some of the finest international contemporary work using photography and printmaking in intriguing ways, both in content and process.

View the portfolios using the link 🔗 in our bio!

Congratulations to all the selected artists!

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Huge thanks to Rosa Cartagena of The Philadelphia Inquirer () for selecting our exhibition, "Gary Burnley: Caste," as "t...
03/01/2024

Huge thanks to Rosa Cartagena of The Philadelphia Inquirer () for selecting our exhibition, "Gary Burnley: Caste," as "the thing of the week" in their "Things To Do" feature! How exciting! Find Gary's show highlighted right below the Flower Show 🌸: fhttps://shorturl.at/iGMZ6

Visit to see "Gary Burnley: Caste" on view at The Print Center through March 30. Additionally on view: "Ranran Fan: Pressing Matters 按压即可" and "Natalia Mejía Murillo: Between Emergency and Imminence."

From  : Susan Abrams (Merion, PA) began her artistic career as a papermaker and later began working with photography. Th...
03/01/2024

From : Susan Abrams (Merion, PA) began her artistic career as a papermaker and later began working with photography. Through the use of liquid emulsion, she melds her darkroom work with the craft of hand-papermaking. The complex interaction of her paper, emulsion and photographs results in unique, textural prints which accentuate the organic subject matter of her work. Abrams says, “A fascination with natural cycles, patterns and textures runs through my work and seeks to capture the beauty of a still point in life's chaos.”

Susan Abrams' "Japanese Anemone," 2003, is a selenium toned gelatin silver print on artist-made paper, 20” x 16”, edition of 20, $650. Purchase: https://shorturl.at/bmCJ6

This piece and others by Abrams are available today in The Gallery Store. If you are interested in learning more about this work or a purchase, you can shop online, visit us at The Print Center or contact us at [email protected].

From  : Donavon Smallwood’s () "Languor" is the artist's first monograph. The series pairs intimate, black-and-white por...
02/27/2024

From : Donavon Smallwood’s () "Languor" is the artist's first monograph. The series pairs intimate, black-and-white portraits with closely cropped, lush landscape images, all printed in tritone.

From the publisher:
“Languor is an ode to NYC’s Central Park. With the pandemic at hand and the history of Seneca Village in mind, Smallwood created photographs of tentative comfort and appreciation as an examination of nature, home, tranquility, and escape.”

Donavon Smallwood's "Languor," 2021, is a softcover book with 56 pages and 35 tritone plates, 11 1/2" x 14", edition of 1,500, published by Trespasser Books, Austin, TX, $50. Purchase: https://shorturl.at/mrGJ2

This photobook and others are available today in The Gallery Store. If you are interested in learning more about this work or a purchase, you can shop online, visit us at The Print Center or contact us at [email protected].

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