Theresa Marie Ketterer is an art historian specializing in 17th-century Italian and Northern European works on paper. Ketterer has worked at the Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery, the Gilcrease Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago Prints and Drawings Department. Ketterer is currently pursuing graduate studies at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. [January 2013]

Gert and Uwe Tobias Printing Monsters

These prints mark Gert and Uwe Tobias’ first lithographs and first project with Galerie Sabine Knust. Best known for their large-scale woodcuts, the Tobias twins have drawn extensively on their cultural heritage, incorporating the decorative properties and materials of Romanian folk-art as well as the twisted gothic fantasies associated with Transylvania, where they were born. Read More

Marcus Rees Roberts: Echo Song I, II, & III

Marcus Rees Roberts, Echo Song III (2012).

Marcus Rees Roberts’ artistic practice is inspired by literature (he majored in English at Cambridge before doing graduate work in film theory). These three prints are part of an ongoing series of work in a variety of mediums influenced by the Hungarian poet Miklós Radnóti. Read More