Elizabeth DeRose is a PhD Candidate in Art History at the Graduate Center in New York. Her areas of specialization include Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art and 20th century printmaking. She is currently working on her dissertation "Defying Graphic Tradition: Printmaking Strategies of Latin American Conceptualists (1963 – 1984)." As Assistant Curator in the Department of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Yale University Art Gallery she curated two exhibitions: "Jasper Johns: From Plate to Print" and "Making a Mark: Four Contemporary Artists in Print."

León Ferrari’s Heliografias

León Ferrari, Planta (1980), 37 x 37 inches, diazotype. Collection Fundación Augusto y León Ferrari Arte y Acervo. Courtesy the estate of León Ferrari and Sicardi Gallery.

The Argentine artist Roberto Jacoby described his first encounter with the Heliografias of León Ferrari (1920–2013) as follows Read More