José Antonio Suárez Londoño, detail of test plate from The Herkimer Suite (2014).

José Antonio Suárez Londoño

Ida Applebroog, from Ephemera (2014).

New Editions from Diane Villani and Hauser & Wirth

Matthew Brandt, detail from Woodblock BL, BR, GN, OR, YL, GY, BK 3 (2014).

“Digital” Printing

Wayne Gonzales, detail from Parking Lot (2014).

Wayne Gonzales

  • Popularity, Populism and the Poster

    “My posters are not intended for close or detailed examination,” Jules Chéret once remarked. Ironically, Chéret is one of the few artists whose posters have since the 19th century been the subject of careful scrutiny; for the most part they have remained in the shadows of art historical scholarship, rarely treated in any depth. …Read more

  • Allan McCollum

    Allan McCollum, No. 18 from Lands of Shadow and Substance (2014). Image courtesy of Graphicstudio/USF. Photo: Will Lytch.

    Allan McCollum, No. 18 from Lands of Shadow and Substance (2014). Image courtesy of Graphicstudio/USF. Photo: Will Lytch.

    Allan McCollum’s new series, Lands of Shadow and Substance, builds on his earlier series, Perpetual Photographs, started in 1982, in which the artist photographed pictures hanging in the background in television scenes, trimmed the frames and context away, then enlarged and reframed them, literally and metaphorically. …Read more

  • Mutchler, Urban and Dupuis-Bourret at Atelier Circulaire

    Installation view: “Leslie Mutchler & Jason Urban: UNIVERSAL,” Atelier Circulaire Gallery, 2014. From left to right: UNIVERSAL Gate (2014), screenprint, woodcut and lithograph, 24 x14 inches; Softboxes (2014), digital print, 65 x 96 inches; Rock (2014), digital print and acrylic, 10 x 15 inches.

    Installation view: “Leslie Mutchler & Jason Urban: UNIVERSAL,” Atelier Circulaire Gallery, 2014. From left to right: UNIVERSAL Gate (2014), screenprint, woodcut and lithograph, 24 x14 inches; Softboxes (2014), digital print, 65 x 96 inches; Rock (2014), digital print and acrylic, 10 x 15 inches.

    The Montreal cooperative printshop Atelier Circulaire kicked off the first complete season of its new exhibition space with two remarkable shows this past fall: “Universal” by the Texas-based duo Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban, and “La fabrication de l’espace” by Quebec artist Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret. …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