I, the engraving, I am engraved, scratched, scraped, nielloed; I am a wound like a furrow in the soil and a gouge in the flesh . . . Read More
“It all began with a small majolica humidor in the form of a toad in a red westcott [sic], smoking a pipe.” Thus Ellen Lanyon (1926–2013) opened her autobiography with a Victorian earthenware vessel that rested on the mantel of her childhood home in Englewood, IL Read More Theodore Roszak (1907–1981) has long been recognized for the expressive welded metal sculptures that he began to make in the mid-1940s, and his drawings, paintings and Constructivist objects of the 1930s have also received curatorial attention. Read More Writing on the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874, the critic Jules Castagnary observed about the painters’ preference for “the unfinished” (Le non fini): “One cannot say that the Impressionists invented it. They vaunt it, they exalt it . . . they put it on a pedestal and they adore it.” Read More Vision is an inherent component of visual art, and a tool for artists as much as pigment, engraving implements or canvas. It serves to recognize a subject, create work with detail or color, refine work in progress and judge a finished product Read More The arts organization Atopos Contemporary Visual Culture in Athens, Greece, has collected more than 500 pieces of paper clothing, ranging from medieval Japanese examples to recent paper designs by Issye Miyake and Hugo Boss Read More Sotheby’s kicked off the spring print sales with a three-part auction on 20–21 April. The evening sale on the 20th attracted a large crowd with a number of highly sought-after lots and achieved a strong sell-through rate of 90.6% Read More Art in Art in Print is an irregular, ongoing series of projects in which artists create art within the journal—not a piece of art that exists somewhere else and is reproduced in the journal, but a project designed specifically for the material, technological and social context of Art in Print. We are pleased to present Nancy Friese's Still Grove as the fourth of these projects. Read More
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