International Print Center New York

International Print Center New York International Print Center New York was established in Chelsea in September 2000 as the first and only non-profit institution devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding of fine art prints.

www.ipcny.org

Mission: International Print Center New York is a non-profit institution founded to promote the greater appreciation and understanding of the fine art print worldwide. Through innovative programming, it fosters a climate for the enjoyment, examination and serious study of artists' prints – from the old master to the contemporary. IPCNY offers its members a program of workshop and gallery visits, and has established an informational website and Information Desk available to the public at the gallery. IPCNY depends upon public and private donations to support its program.

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Azikiwe Mohammed's (@misterace12) New Davonhaime Food Bank is a traveling food bank that aims to put food on as many tab...
11/19/2020

Azikiwe Mohammed's (@misterace12) New Davonhaime Food Bank is a traveling food bank that aims to put food on as many tables as possible, because "all food to all the people is the only sustainable way forward." The project grew out of Mohammed's broader exploration of New Davonhaime, an invented place conceived by the artist (its name is a mash up of New Orleans, Detroit, Jackson, Birmingham, and Savannah—the US cities with the highest density of African-American residents). With it, Mohammed imagines sustainable and thriving futures for Black, brown, and other marginalized communities.

All sales of Mohammed's eight-color New Davonhaime Food Bank Logo screenprint, now on view in Living In America, will support Brooklyn Shows Love, a mutual aid fund that feeds Brooklyn residents, and Aid For Art Now, a mutual aid fund supporting arts workers.

Living In America: Acts III & IV are up at IPCNY now! Visit us in person to see the new installation or explore the full, expanded exhibition online. You can find the links for both below.

Book your visit:
ipcny.org/visit

Visit the website:
https://www.ipcnyexhibitions.org/livinginamerica

#IPCNY #LivingInAmericaIPCNY #LivingInAmerica #printmaking #prints #AssemblyRoom

11/18/2020

Thank you so much for participating in our 2020 Virtual Benefit and Auction! We hope you all had a great time celebrating with us, our Honorees, and the entire print community.

The full benefit is available on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFHodtUtgeA

Special thanks to the best videographer and editor, Elisabeth Berezansky, and the entire Benefit Committee!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Virtual Benefit last night! If you haven't got a chance to view our auctio...
11/17/2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Virtual Benefit last night! If you haven't got a chance to view our auction, it is closing at 5pm ET, so make sure to go and bid!

We have various artworks available that were printed by our 2020 Honoree, Judith Solodkin. Here you can see works she printed by Liliana Porter, Louise Bourgeois, Kent Henrikson, Beryl Korot, and Joyce Kozloff. Click the link below to view more!

Auction:
https://www.artsy.net/auction/ipcny-benefit-auction-2020

Images:

Liliana Porter. Tiger V, 2005. Digital Embroidery and thread on paper. Sheet: 17 ½ x 21 ½ inches. Printed by Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impressions Inc., New York. Edition: AP 10/12; edition of 25. This print is unframed. Donated by SOLO Impressions Inc.

Louise Bourgeois. REPAIRS IN THE SKY (from WHAT IS THE SHAPE OF THIS PROBLEM?), 1999. Lithograph and letterpress on paper, diptych. Each sheet: 12 x 17 inches. Printed by SOLO Impressions Inc. Published by Galerie Lelong, New York. Edition: 25/25; 14APs, 3TPs, 2HCs, 1BAT. This print is framed. Donated by Louise Bourgeois Studio in honor of Judith Solodkin.

Kent Henricksen. The Children's Fables III, 2005. Lithograph on linen with digital embroidery and decorative trim. Sheet: 13 x 15 inches. Printed and sewn by Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impression Inc., New York. Edition: AP12/13; edition of 30. This print is unframed. Donated by SOLO Impression Inc.

Beryl Korot. Weaver's Notation. Variation 1, 2012. Embroidery and inkjet print. Sheet: 21 ¼ x 21 ¼ inches. Printed by Rodney Doyle and Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impression Inc., New York. Edition: AP3/4; edition of 6. This print is unframed. Donated by SOLO Impression Inc.

Joyce Kozloff. Whether Weather, 2007. Monoprint and Lithography. Sheet: 13 x 13 inches. Printed by Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impression Inc., New York. Edition: 8/15 and 12/15. These prints are framed. Donated by Joyce Kozloff and SOLO Impression Inc.

#IPCNY #Auction #SupportTheArts #printmaking #prints #artsy

Friends, while the Benefit has ended, the Auction has NOT! View all auction works on Artsy at artsy.net/ipcnybenefitThis...
11/17/2020

Friends, while the Benefit has ended, the Auction has NOT! View all auction works on Artsy at artsy.net/ipcnybenefit

This print by Gadha Amer and Reza Farkhondeh was printed by Judith Solodkin, our 2020 Honoree. Bid now!

Images: Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh. Dalliances, 2005. Lithograph with digital sewing. Sheet: 20½ x 24 inches. Printed by Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impression Inc., New York. Edition: 11/25. Donated by SOLO Impression Inc.⁠

11/16/2020

TODAY IS THE DAY!

IPCNY 2020 Virtual Benefit is TONIGHT at 7PM ET. Doors open at 6:30pm ET.

Click the link to tune in:
https://bit.ly/watch-ipcny-benefit
Passcode: IPCNY.

See you tonight!

These very timely prints by Victory Garden Collective include a letterpress print, a digital print, and 3 screenprinted ...
11/15/2020

These very timely prints by Victory Garden Collective include a letterpress print, a digital print, and 3 screenprinted bandanas. Our opening bid for all of these prints together is $100, and you could be the one to win!

Our Benefit Auction will be running until Tuesday at 5pm ET, so get your bid in before it's over!

Also, our Benefit is tomorrow night at 7pm ET, so make sure you register right now! Virtual doors open at 6:30pm ET. You can register for the benefit and visit auction at:

Benefit
https://tayment.com/pledger/campaignSignup/ae4a10457437ad9921cb067ceaf9c2d4

Auction
https://www.artsy.net/auction/ipcny-benefit-auction-2020

Images: Victory Garden Collective. Miss Democracy, 2020. Letterpress and foil stamp. 20 x 20 inches. Edition 27/100. Numbered, recto. Digital print. 13 x 13 inches. Edition of 250. Three screenprinted bandanas. 13 x 13 inches. Published by Planthouse, New York. Donated by Planthouse. All prints are unframed.

This work by Betye Saar, currently on our Benefit Auction on Artsy, was printed by our 2020 Honoree, Judith Solodkin. Sa...
11/14/2020

This work by Betye Saar, currently on our Benefit Auction on Artsy, was printed by our 2020 Honoree, Judith Solodkin.

Saar will also be speaking about our Honoree, Christophe Cherix, in our Virtual Benefit so make sure to tune in on Monday at 7pm ET to hear her remarks.⁠

Bid for this amazing print at
https://www.artsy.net/auction/ipcny-benefit-auction-2020

Image: Betye Saar. Blow Top Blues: The Fire Next Time, 1998. Color lithography, hand coloring, photoelectric collage. Sheet: 27x 22½ inches. Printed by Judith Solodkin. Published by SOLO Impression Inc., New York. Edition: 44/45. This print is unframed. Donated by SOLO Impressions Inc.

#IPCNY #Auction #SupportTheArts #printmaking #prints #artsy

Meet our Virtual Benefit Host, Alison Stewart! As the host of WNYC's All Of It radio show, Stewart has been telling stor...
11/13/2020

Meet our Virtual Benefit Host, Alison Stewart!

As the host of WNYC's All Of It radio show, Stewart has been telling stories as a reporter, news anchor, and author for more than 20 years. An Emmy and Peabody award winner, Stewart has reported and anchored for NPR, PBS, ABC and MSNBC, creating groundbreaking and successful news programs.⁠

Make sure to register now for our Benefit on Monday, November 16th at 7pm ET by clicking the link below:

https://bit.ly/ipcny-benefit

11/12/2020

This is the last day of our Open Call: New Prints 2021/Winter. You have until 11:59pm ET to submit your prints!⁠

Just to remind you, prints must be made after September 2019, you cannot submit if you have been in a New Prints show in the last 2 years, and you can submit up to 3 works.

Post-submission information:
Applicants will hear from us around the week of November 30. If selected, your work(s) should arrive at IPCNY by December 18, 2020, since this show will be in person at our space. We look forward to your submissions!

https://ipcny.submittable.com/submit/016334f5-2978-40d0-a33d-537404db62e8/new-prints-2021-winter

11/11/2020

Have you registered for our 2020 Virtual Benefit yet? You can register right now by clicking the link below!

Make sure to tune in for a special appearance by 2021 honoree, artist and director William Kentridge. Alison Stewart, of WNYC’s radio show All Of It, will be hosting this special evening.

The event begins at 7pm ET on Monday, November 16th. The event is completely free, but we do appreciate any donations you can make to support artists and our programming.

A big Thank You to our audience and supporters and we look forward to "seeing" you next Monday!

Register now: www.ipcny.org/benefit2020

11/10/2020

#BehindTheScenes

"Living in America" site-specific installation in progress! Nontsikelelo Mutiti, who will be speaking tonight at our virtual artist conversation, created this stunning mural made up of braiding patterns.

Join Mutiti along with Yashua Klos and Karen J. Revis with a conversation moderated by Assembly Room. Register for the event at https://bit.ly/lia-program-3 and don't forget to plan your visit to IPCNY.


Shoutout to Rob and Levi for all the installations!
Please note that the work shown in this video is incomplete.

#IPCNY #LivingInAmericaIPCNY

11/09/2020

Counting down 7 days to IPCNY 2020 Benefit!⁠

Meet our 2020 Honoree Christophe Cherix, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings and Prints of The Museum of Modern Art. ⁠

Hear his insights on the role of prints in MoMA's collection, while in conversation with Glenn D. Lowry, The David Rockefeller Director. Hear the full conversation on Monday, November 16 at 7pm ET.⁠

You will enjoy an inspiring hour also featuring Honoree Judith Solodkin (SOLO Impression Inc) and artist and director William Kentridge, along with tributes by other artists, printers, curators, and collectors. ⁠

Register now: www.ipcny.org/benefit2020

Have you viewed our Benefit Auction on Artsy yet?This work by the juror of New Prints 2020/Summer: Give Me Space, Chitra...
11/07/2020

Have you viewed our Benefit Auction on Artsy yet?

This work by the juror of New Prints 2020/Summer: Give Me Space, Chitra Ganesh, is up for grabs. The bidding for this work starts at $1,100, so put your bid in to see if it can be yours!

Enter the auction now: https://www.artsy.net/auction/ipcny-benefit-auction-2020

Image: Chitra Ganesh. Architects of the Future - Fortuneteller, 2014. Woodblock and screenprint. Sheet: 25 ¾ x 22 ⅛ inches. Printed by Jean-Paul Russell, Michael Kondel, and William Freed. Published by Durham Press Inc., Durham, Pennsylvania. Edition: 10/25; 6APs, 4PPs. Donated by Durham Press, Inc. and Chitra Ganesh.

Join us on Zoom next Tuesday, November 10 for a conversation with artists Yashua Klos, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, and Karen J....
11/06/2020

Join us on Zoom next Tuesday, November 10 for a conversation with artists Yashua Klos, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, and Karen J. Revis, along with our Living In America curator Assembly Room. The program will be guided by the theme of Living in America's Act III: Hope. Register via Zoom at http://bit.ly/lia-program-3

Don't forget: This Saturday, the curtain falls on Living in America for brief intermission, so we can install the exhibition's third and fourth "acts"--Hope and Care. Book your reservations now through Saturday, or visit the exhibition online at https://www.ipcnyexhibitions.org/livinginamerica

It's your last week to see the first two "acts" of Living In America in person at IPCNY! This half of the exhibition—com...
11/03/2020

It's your last week to see the first two "acts" of Living In America in person at IPCNY! This half of the exhibition—comprising Act I: Outrage and Act II: Love—will close on Saturday, November 7, then we'll open a fresh installation, with new works, on November 11.

You can also see the show—plus extra, online-only works like this one by Swoon—in our online exhibition portal. Swoon's "George" captures the spirit of Living In America's first two acts. Here, exhibition curator Assembly Room wanted to show how artists are leading the way channeling outrage into creative work, and imagining new forms of community-oriented love.

Image: Swoon. George, 2020. Lithograph, screenprint, gold leaf, colored silver leaf, metal leaf, hand painting, and collage on wood. 27 × 23 × 1 ½ inches. Edition: 18. Printed and published by Tandem Press, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Courtesy and © the artist and Tandem Press.

11/02/2020

Register for our Virtual Benefit for free today! Click the link below to sign up for the live-stream event happening on Monday, November 16. at 7pm ET.

Here in the video is Judith Solodkin, one of our honorees this year. She is the founder of Solo Impressions and was the first woman master printmaker from Tamarind Institute. She is a wonderful lady and we are particularly obsessed with her eccentric hat collection. Sign up for our Benefit to hear from Judith! ⁠

Sign up now: https://tayment.com/pledger/campaignSignup/ae4a10457437ad9921cb067ceaf9c2d4

11/01/2020

Welcome to the last week of our New Prints 2021/Winter Open Call!⁠

Have you submitted your prints yet? You only have one more week to apply to the winter open call juried by Black Women of Print. Here's just another reminder that the open call is FREE, any prints made AFTER September 2019 are eligible, and people of ANY background, ethnicity, religion, or race are allowed to submit. Go submit before time runs out!

https://ipcny.submittable.com/submit/016334f5-2978-40d0-a33d-537404db62e8/new-prints-2021-winter

Image: Prints made by the members of Black Women of Print, who will be jurying the New Prints 2021/Winter exhibition.

Happy Halloween!!!It's not the most traditional Halloween of them all, but it's a perfect time to put on some classic Ha...
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween!!!

It's not the most traditional Halloween of them all, but it's a perfect time to put on some classic Halloween movies, eat some candy, and check out spooky prints! Here are some great scary, skeleton-y, costume-y prints from past New Prints shows. Which is your favorite?

Images:
Agung Prabowo. Too Ill to Chill, 2018. New Prints 2018/Summer.
Giuseppe Pernigotti. Growth, Growth, Growth, 2016. New Prints 2018/Summer.
Tom Christison. Free Range, I Guess, 2005. New Prints 2006/Winter.
Tom Huck. All Aboard the Scary Go Round, 2007. New Prints 2007/Autumn.
Don Ed Hardy. Wave Warrior, 2005. New Prints 2006/Summer.
Kahil Rintye. Heading Back Stage (Indigo Version), 2013. New Prints 2013/Summer.
Cecily Brown. Aujourd’hui rose, 2005. New Prints 2006/Winter.
Glen Baldridge. Shrooms, 2007. New Prints 2011/Winter.
Andranik Aroutiounian. Totem I, 2016. New Prints 2017/Summer.
Helen Cantrell. Animal Dreams, 2017. New Prints 2018/Summer.

Our Silent Auction is now live on Artsy!Our auction will run from today through November 17. Purchasing a work in our au...
10/30/2020

Our Silent Auction is now live on Artsy!

Our auction will run from today through November 17. Purchasing a work in our auction is a great way to support IPCNY. We have works from artists ranging from Louise Bourgeois and Kiki Smith to Chitra Ganesh and Betye Saar. Explore the selection by visiting the Benefit 2020 page of our website, or by clicking the link below:

https://www.artsy.net/auction/ipcny-benefit-auction-2020

Image: Sanford Biggers. The Floating World: Cocaine Mudra, 2013. Screenprint with collage and handcoloring. Sheet: 26 x 25 3/8 inches. Printed by Gregory Santos and Nathan Catlin. Published by LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies. Edition: 30. Courtesy of the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. © Sanford Biggers.

Today is #NationalCatDay and we couldn't let this holiday go by without celebrating our staff member Stephanie's cats. H...
10/29/2020

Today is #NationalCatDay and we couldn't let this holiday go by without celebrating our staff member Stephanie's cats. Here you can see Gus, Rocket, and her roommate's cat Yeoreumi. Stephanie also made these cute linocuts of her cats during our virtual staff printmaking sessions early in the quarantine.

Show us your prints or pictures of your own cats via post or story and make sure to tag us so we can share them out!

#IPCNY #cats #CatPrint #printmaking #prints

Our last IFPDA event for Print Month is this Friday. This lunchtime talk features artist Mark Thomas Gibson (currently f...
10/28/2020

Our last IFPDA event for Print Month is this Friday. This lunchtime talk features artist Mark Thomas Gibson (currently featured in Living In America) and Elizabeth M. Rudy, an Associate Curator of Prints for the Division of European and American Art at Harvard Art Museums. The event, "Murder, Malice, and Mayhem in the 18th Century and Today: Responses in Graphic Media" is this Friday at 12pm ET. Check the link in our bio to register!

Mark Thomas Gibson. Turn it Over, 2020. Ink on canvas. 66 × 89 inches. Courtesy and © the artist.

10/26/2020

Haven't seen Living In America in person yet?

Acts I and II of Living In America close on November 7th. While you have less than two weeks to see the first half of the exhibition in person, you can now view a virtual scan of the gallery by clicking this link:

https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=ELxVfCygx3e

Mark Thomas Gibson's March On!, currently on view in Living in America, combines lithography, etching, and drypoint and ...
10/24/2020

Mark Thomas Gibson's March On!, currently on view in Living in America, combines lithography, etching, and drypoint and connects a larger history of Black protest with the urgency of current ongoing protests. Through a practice rooted in drawing and in dialogue with history, comics, caricature, and current events, Gibson uses a searing graphic style to create works that feel like a single frame but hint at a larger narrative.

Plan your visit to IPCNY to see this work in person!

Image: Mark Thomas Gibson. March On!, 2019. Sugar-lift etching, drypoint, and lithograph. 17 × 21 ½ inches. Edition: 10. Printed and published by Flying Horse Editions, University of Central Florida, Orlando. Courtesy the artist. © Flying Horse Editions.

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508 W 26th St, 5th Floor
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Our gallery is located on the 5th Floor at 508 West 26th Street, just off of 10th Avenue. We are walking distance from the 23rd Street C/E, 34th Street-Hudson Yards 7, and 23rd or 28th Street 1 trains, as well as the M23 bus stop at 10th Avenue.

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IPCNY depends upon contributions and membership support to fund its activities. With your help, our Exhibition Program, New Prints Program, and educational and information services will continue to flourish. Since IPCNY is a 501(c)(3) institution, all contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Members are invited to participate in a full calendar of events both in IPCNY's gallery and at printmaking workshops and exhibitions. IPCNY members' programs connect its constituency to printmakers and the world of printmaking. Become a member today! https://www.ipcny.org/membership-levels/

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