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.

B. Wurtz

B. Wurtz, Untitled (7831) (2013), plastic bag and newsprint on pigmented cotton base sheet with linen overlay, 30 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches. Image courtesy of Dieu Donné.

Midcareer, B. Wurtz has suddenly become a darling of the art world. His striking arrangements of common household detritus seem to resonate with our current great awakening in the face of global warming and rampant consumerism Read More

The Birds

Kiki Smith, In a Bower (2015), color etching and aquatint with hand coloring, 33 3/4 x 44 1/2 inches. Edition of 18. Printed and published by Harlan & Weaver, New York.

The prints of John James Audubon are a familiar presence at fairs that cater to historic works on paper, but Audubon’s ghost seemed to walk the halls of the New York print fairs in November with unusual vigor Read More

Ghost Stories in Paris: Kuniyoshi and 19th-Century Gothic

Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Retired Emperor Sutoku Sends his Followers to Rescue Tametomo (1851), woodblock, triptych of Oban-format prints, 39 × 79.5 cm. Private collection. Photo: Courtesy of Gallery Beniya.

In the weeks after the terrorist attacks in Paris last November, museum attendance in the city plummeted; visitors to the Louvre diminished by more than a third and attendance at the Pompidou fell by 50 percent Read More

Bernard Cohen Now

Bernard Cohen, Place Games I (2011), lithograph, 80 x 121.5 cm. ©Bernard Cohen. Courtesy of Flowers Gallery, London and New York.

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

New York Auction Round-Up: Fall 2015

Roy Lichtenstein, Sweet Dreams Baby! from 11 Pop Artists, Volume III (1965), screenprint, image 35 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches, sheet 37 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches. Christie’s Images Ltd. 2015.

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

The Lure of the Weird: How Hieronymus Bosch Became a Brand

Johannes and Lucas van Doetecum in the manner of Hieronymus Bosch, Temptation of Saint Christopher (or Temptation of Saint Anthony) (1561), etching and engraving; sheet 13 3/16 x 16 15/16 inches (trimmed to image). Private collection.

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