Darren Almond

Darren Almond, #1 from Amalfi Sketchbook (2018)

Darren Almond’s first prints with Crown Point Press were a revelation of what photogravure could be, not just for viewers, but for the artist: “There’s a different energy Read More

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Lisa Anne Auerbach, Snowflake (2018)

In Ten Truths(2018), Lisa Anne Auerbach spells out America’s current political dismay. Strung on a line, like prayer flags or Fourth of July bunting, the ten prints Read More

Sarah Ball

Sarah Ball, one of six from Untitled (2018)

In the context of the contemporary art work, Sarah Ball has made a number of unfashionable choices: she lives and works in the country (near Penzance in Cornwall); her Read More

Sandow Birk

Sandow Birk, Proposal for a Monument to the Declaration of Independence (and a Pavilion to Frederick Douglass) (2018)

Sandow Birk has generated a striking body of political satire over the past 20 years, presenting sharp commentaries Read More

Charles Gaines

Charles Gaines, Tiergarten Series 3: Tree #6, September (2018)

To label the works that Charles Gaines recently produced with Paulson Fontaine Press “prints” is accurate (they are indeed printed) but also misleading. More than a meter tall Read More

Ikeda Manabu

Ikeda Manabu, Climbers (2018)

The spectacular full-color pen-and-ink drawings of Ikeda Manabu are known to American audiences mainly through one 2014 group show at the Japan Society in New York, and Read More

Vanessa Marsh

Vanessa Marsh, Everywhere All at Once, Landscape #22 (2014)

The easy ubiquity of digital printing has caused disgruntlement and frustration in the print world, with the most complaints zeroing in on the qualities of digital Read More

Vera Molnar

Vera Molnar, Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Noir & Blanc (2017)

Vera Molnar, Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Orange & Bleu (2017)

Its prominent presence in the paintings Paul Cézanne has made the shape of Mont Sainte-Victoire familiar to generations of museum goers and art history students Read More