James S. Janecek, detail of J.X.E. 358 (2013).
Art in Print covers from Volume 1 and 2.
Emil Lukas, Detail from the Bubble-up series (2013).
Mel Bochner, detail of Amazing (2013).
Mitchell Squire’s lithograph Gladiators builds layers of black and gray out of the stamp-like repetition of a single shape. Initially ambiguous to the eye, Gladiators reveals to more careful study a disturbing, socially-charged message. Read more.
Billed as the first annual print survey of Planthouse, a new gallery space in the flower district, “How you gonna get back to Jersey” is an ambitious print salon wrapped around the concept of the metonym (a thing that stands in for another thing by virtue of a material connection).
This article appears in the November-December issue of Art in Print (Vol.3, No.4).
In near-away, Hamilton uses a variety of techniques to construct tangible representations of two conceptual and experiential frameworks that shape us: physical sensation and acquired knowledge. Read more.