Richard Tuttle, detail from Cloth (2002-2005).

Richard Tuttle at Bowdoin

Ida Applebroog, from Ephemera (2014).

New Editions from Diane Villani and Hauser & Wirth

Wayne Gonzales, detail from Parking Lot (2014).

Wayne Gonzales

Ellen Heck, detail from Anna as Frida from Forty Fridas (2011-2012).

Ellen Heck

  • Ed Ruscha

    In Ed Ruscha’s words, his new prints “are about neglected and forgotten signs from neglected and forgotten landscapes,” and, indeed, Rusty Signs is a natural extension of the artist’s investigation of the significance of the “American frontier” for our times. Signs have been central to Ruscha’s work from the outset …Read more

  • David Salle

    After two decades of minimal engagement with printmaking, David Salle is completing an ambitious group of eight oversized lithographs. (Salle’s last substantial print project was High and Low in 1993 with the now-defunct Tyler Graphics). He credits Richard Newlin, the Tamarind-trained lithographer who owns Houston Fine Arts Press, with winning him over. …Read more

  • Prix de Print No. 10: Stability Dynamics by Jeremy Lundquist

    Jeremy Lundquist, Stability Dynamics (2013).

    Jeremy Lundquist, Stability Dynamics (2013).

    Stability Dynamics is a multipart etching that employs the medium’s inherent malleability to comment on the gap between the realities of modern warfare and its representation. The work is based on a PowerPoint slide titled “Afghanistan Stability/COIN Dynamics” used in a military briefing on the strategic surge intended to end the war in Afghanistan. …Read more

  • Christopher Wool

    For more than 130 years the halftone dot has been the primary vehicle for mass-producing photographic images. In his new Portraits portfolios, Christopher Wool uses halftone, not to document an objective photographic reality, but to picture the painterly splashes and abstract blobs that have become markers for subjective painterly expression. …Read more