Isabella Kendrick is the Managing Editor of Art in Print. She is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Small Apartments and Big Dreams: Print Collecting in the Fin de Siècle

Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, The Street, poster for the printer Charles Verneau (1896), color lithograph on wove paper, image 234.5 x 296 cm, sheet 242 x 299 cm. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, purchased with support from the BankGiro Loterij.

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which opened in 1973, has been collecting French fin-de-siècle prints since 2000, when it purchased around 800 prints and artists’ books from Richard Feldhaus, a German private collector. The print department now holds some 1,800 works from this period Read More

No. 23: Recent Antiquities by Cooper Holoweski

Cooper Holoweski, Fragments of a Broken CD-R—After Piranesi’s Fragments of the Marble Plan of Ancient Rome from Recent Antiquities (2016).

In the series Recent Antiquities (2016), Cooper Holoweski follows the tradition of artists who have taken earlier artworks as starting points for new ones. One immediately thinks of Roy Lichtenstein’s Cathedral lithographs made in 1969 Read More

The Lithographs of Theodore Roszak

Theodore Roszak, Woman (artist’s grandmother) in Veiled Hat with Cactus Plant (1927), lithograph in black on cream wove paper, image 16 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches. Courtesy the Estate of Theodore Roszak/Licensed by VAGA, New York.

Theodore Roszak (1907–1981) has long been recognized for the expressive welded metal sculptures that he began to make in the mid-1940s, and his drawings, paintings and Constructivist objects of the 1930s have also received curatorial attention. Read More

New York Auction Round-Up: Spring 2016

Jasper Johns, Flags I (1973), screenprint in colors, 27 3/8 x 35 1/4 inches. Edition of 65, plus 7 artist’s proofs. Co-published by the artist and Simca Print Artists, Inc., New York. Courtesy Christie’s Images Ltd. 2016.

Sotheby’s kicked off the spring print sales with a three-part auction on 20–21 April. The evening sale on the 20th attracted a large crowd with a number of highly sought-after lots and achieved a strong sell-through rate of 90.6% Read More

Donald Baechler

Donald Baechler, Tantric Feet (2015).

The two white footprints, extending almost the full height of the black ground, initially read as impressions of human appendages. But the splayed toes, the disproportionately large forefoot and the odd wobble of the contour soon begin to conjure something less tame Read More

John Baldessari

Haute couture is not merely about clothes. Its revered labels and lines are in the business of building personalities: the clothes are a medium for communicating the distinction and mystique of the wearer Read More

Sebastiaan Bremer

New York–based Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer mines extant images for his photographic alterations; his sources are usually personal, but he also looks for images that carry wider cultural implications Read More

Noah Breuer

Noah Breuer, Team Set (2015).

Noah Breuer often dissects the mechanics of the printed image—particularly the common commercial variety—to investigate its function in pop culture. He has frequently turned to baseball cards as subject Read More