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.

Victoria Burge

Plump, embossed ellipses of pure white paper play across the surfaces of Victoria Burge’s recent prints. So subtle as to be nearly unreadable in reproduction, they are best viewed in person Read More

Enrique Chagoya

Enrique Chagoya, Untitled (The Near Distant Jungle) (2014).

Enrique Chagoya has significantly expanded his already substantial body of prints over the past two years, working with three different studios and further exploring his established themes, techniques and ideas Read More

Nicole Eisenman

Eisenman has restored to the representation of the human form a cultural significance that had waned during the ascendancy of abstraction in the twentieth century.” So wrote the MacArthur Foundation in announcing the artist’s fellowship award Read More

Spencer Finch

Spencer Finch, Back to Kansas (2015). Image courtesy Paulson Bott Press.

Qualities of light, like particularities of smell, have the ability to evoke beyond reason a particular place and time. It is a property that Spencer Finch used with tremendous grace in Trying to Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning Read More

Trenton Doyle Hancock

Trenton Doyle Hancock has worked with Graphicstudio for over a decade, and the workshop’s ability to explore unusual production processes suits his unorthodox approach. Hancock’s work centers on an epic pseudo-biblical creation myth whose protagonists are the Mounds Read More

Carsten Höller

As promised by the title, each of these photogravures presents a quartet of small, similar birds, side-by-side on a perch. The photographic style employed is that of the studio portrait—beautifully lit, finely detailed, posed in an ambiguous neutral space Read More

Cornelia Parker

Cornelia Parker, Articles of Glass from One Day This Glass Will Break (2015). Courtesy Cornelia Parker and Alan Cristea, London.

Cornelia Parker’s sculptures and installations have often captured the transformation of common matter in ways that blend physics and metaphysics (or at least the human desire to find metaphysical meanings) Read More

Mai-Thu Perret

For 16 years, Mai-Thu Perret’s ongoing Gesamtkunstwerk, The Chrystal Frontier, has chronicled the lives and doings of the residents of New Ponderosa Year Zero, a utopian, egalitarian, feminist enclave in New Mexico Read More

Sarah Sze

Sarah Sze, Evening (2015).

Being inside an installation by Sarah Sze is a dizzying experience. A plenitude of objects surrounds you, directing interaction and movements. Elements are either enormous or miniscule Read More

Craig Taylor

Craig Taylor’s latest prints, his second collaboration with Jennifer Melby, extend the subject and technical investigations of his recent paintings. The images present anthropomorphic shapes that mimic the character of sculpted portrait busts Read More