Julie Bernatz is the Associate Publisher of Art in Print. She received her MFA in Printmedia from the Art Institute of Chicago in 2010. Prior to this she was the director of production for a range of print and digital publishing endeavors in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College. [July 2013]

Claas Gutsche

Claas Gutsche, born in East Germany seven years before the Berlin Wall fell, makes two kinds of work—bronze sculptures and meticulous linocuts—of two kinds of subjects: the bits of nature that city dwellers encounter Read More

Hanneline Røgeberg

In her art, the Norwegian-born painter Hanneline Røgeberg seeks to “visualize feeling” through a voluptuous vocabulary of bodies, skin and intense physical engagement Read More

New York Print Week 2015

Grand entrance to the Park Avenue Armory. Image courtesy IFPDA.

IFPDA Print Fair Park Avenue Armory 4 – 8 November 2015 E/AB—Editions / Artists’ Books Fair 2015 The Tunnel 5 – 8 November 2015 Read More

Reciprocity: Painters and Photography

While the traveling exhibition “Snapshot: Painters and Photography, Bonnard to Vuillard,” recently completed its international tour, the accompanying catalogue offers readers the chance to view a rare selection of paintings, photographs and prints by seven post-Impressionist artists who established their reputations at the end of the 19th century. The catalogue reveals strong connections between the traditional fine arts and the exciting new technology of photography, but by focusing on the humble snapshot (instantané photographique), the book presents new and unexpected perspectives on the subject. Read More

Print Renaissance

Altered and Adorned: Using Renaissance Prints in Daily Life is the elegant companion to last summer’s exhibition of the same name at The Art Institute of Chicago. Thoughtfully and cleverly assembled, the show revealed unexpected uses for prints of the 15th- and 16th-centuries. The catalogue carries on this work and helps to illuminate the ephemeral qualities of print, as well as the more lasting concepts that printed multiples can convey to a broader, contemporary audience. Read More

The State of the State: Philagrafika 2010

Back in the year 2000, a dedicated group of print artists, master printers, curators, collectors, educators and dealers came together in the city of Philadelphia. Alarmed by the declining status of prints in the contemporary art scene, their mandate was clear: protect an endangered species. Philagrafika was born. Read More