Cyril Power, detail of Speed Trial (1932).

Slicing Modern Life: Grosvenor School Linocuts

Daniel Hopfer, detail of Design for the Channels of Fluted Armor (ca. 1515).

Etcher Sketch: A Conversation with Nadine Orenstein and Freyda Spira About “The Renaissance of Etching”

Ray Beldner, detail of Bullseye with Four Johns after Jasper Johns’ Target with Four Faces (2004).

Deep Fakes: Ray Beldner Talks with Renée Bott About Making Art With Money and Money With Art

Orit Hofshi, detail of Time...Thou Ceaseless Lackey to Eternity (2007).

Orit Hofshi: Deep Time

  • Genesis in Black and Red: Miró at MoMA

    Joan Miró, The Birth of the World (1925), oil on canvas, 8 feet 2 3/4 inches x 6 feet 6 3/4 inches. Acquired through an anonymous fund, the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slifka and Armand G. Erpf Funds, and by gift of the artist. ©2018 Successió Miró / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.

    In Joan Miró’s large canvas The Birth of the World (1925), a handful of solid shapes gambol against a dun background—a red circle trailing a yellow line suggests …Read more

  • Prix de Print No. 38 THOUSANDS PROTEST TRUMP FAMILY BRITISH VACATION from The Linotype Daily project (2019) by Dan Wood Poreclain

    Dan Wood, THOUSANDS PROTEST TRUMP FAMILY BRITISH VACATION from The Linotype Daily project, June 4, 2019.

    While I could not but be discouraged by the fact that this is the last Prix de Print competition before the demise of our beloved journal, the experience of looking through …Read more

  • Brooklyn Boom

    Installation shot of “Pulled in Brooklyn,”at IPCNY featuring Jackie Saccoccio, Untitled (2017), etching, aquatint, scraping and embossing, 22 x 27 inches, edition of 10. Courtesy Jennifer Melby Editions. Jackie Saccoccio, copper plate for Untitled (2017), etching, aquatint, scraping and embossing, 15 3/4 x 21 1/4 inches. Courtesy Jennifer Melby Editions. Photo: Elisabeth Berezansky.

    Talk to most MFA students these days and chances are they will express a desire to move to Brooklyn. Despite rising costs for housing, the borough still attracts the sort of …Read more

  • “Banco! Banqueroute!” The Malassis do Money

    Lucien Fleury, L’Envers du Billet (1970), screenprint, 102 x 57 cm, 1 Courtesy of Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dole, Claude-Henri Bernadot.

    Banknotes have matrices designed by artists, they are pulled by master craftsmen, and the prints vary in value, just like fine art prints. But you don’t need an understanding …Read more