Now in his early eighties, Bernard Cohen has been a key figure in British Art since he came to prominence in the 1960s. Always difficult to label, he has pursued a singular path that, while connecting to many developments in abstract painting over the last 50 years Read More
Phillips’ “Evening & Day Editions” sale on 26 October was the first of the New York fall print auctions. A good-sized live audience paired with substantial phone and online bidding led to strong numbers and an 85% sell-through rate by lot Read More
IFPDA Print Fair Park Avenue Armory 4 – 8 November 2015 E/AB—Editions / Artists’ Books Fair 2015 The Tunnel 5 – 8 November 2015 Read More
There are not many artists or writers who have created an imaginary world so distinctive that their names have entered everyday language as an adjective. Franz Kafka comes to mind Read More
Read MoreDavid Schutter’s paintings are ravishing paradoxes: copies that don’t resemble the originals, replicas that cannot be replicated. From a distance, and in most reproductions, they appear as rectangles of cloudy gray
Read MorePainters attracted by printmaking often find that the medium offers them new opportunities for artistic expression, even when they use it to address existing themes in their work.
Read MoreOn 16 July 1966, the 73-year-old Chinese leader Mao Zedong swam the Yangtze River for the second time to demonstrate his vitality. The act became iconic in the cult of Mao, its image recycled into visual culture and heroic myth.
Selecting the Prix de Print was no small challenge. The piece that I selected was in competition with some other wonderful works, ranging from a sheet of wallpaper that might calm and soothe a compulsive list-maker Read More