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For #NationalColoringDay, we're picking a particularly colorful work from Give Me Space. 作曲家の散歩 (A Composer’s Walk) by J...
09/14/2020

For #NationalColoringDay, we're picking a particularly colorful work from Give Me Space. 作曲家の散歩 (A Composer’s Walk) by Junko Tamura Eguchi is bursting with colors. The print depicts a figure processing #sound and displays that process in a colorscape.

⁠"Sound can be happy and exciting. It can comfort you, fill you with very special joy. However, sound is also something you cannot avoid. Sound can be ominous. It approaches you and crowds you with its vivid overwhelming presence. It is up to the viewer if this person is raising both hands joyously, or as a sign of surrender."

Happy coloring!

Junko Tamura Eguchi (b.1960, lives and works in Kunitachi, Japan). 作曲家の散歩 (A Composer’s Walk), 2019. Etching, aquatint, and drypoint. Sheet: 14 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 20. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Wonder what #AskACurator is and how to participate? Swipe through for more information! We're participating in this camp...
09/13/2020

Wonder what #AskACurator is and how to participate? Swipe through for more information! We're participating in this campaign for its 10 year anniversary.

Make sure to email your questions to [email protected]. We will post Assembly Room's answers on our Instagram Story on September 16!

Look forward to seeing your submissions!

IPCNY is excited to announce that we will be participating in the global #AskACurator campaign on September 16! Do you h...
09/11/2020

IPCNY is excited to announce that we will be participating in the global #AskACurator campaign on September 16! Do you have questions for #curators?

But, who exactly is going to answer your questions? We're pleased to share that Assembly Room, who are the curators of our Fall show, will be answering your questions behind the scenes!

AssemblyRoom was founded by curators Natasha Becker, Paola Gallio, and Yulia Topchiy to create community and offer professional support for independent female-identifying curators in New York City. Their mission is to shift the paradigm on equality, diversity, and inclusion in the arts by empowering women.

Simply email us at [email protected] to submit your questions!

Assembly Room photo by Elisabeth Smolarz

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day and September is also National Suicide Prevention Month. Mental health is a common...
09/10/2020

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day and September is also National Suicide Prevention Month. Mental health is a common focus in prints of any medium. This print, Broken Symmetry, by Marc Aquino-Michaels is a part of his series called Dark Matters. In this print, he describes that "dark matter pours forth from a dimensional portal, obliterating unfortunate elementals caught in its path and scattering their particles into the aether."

If you or someone you know is dealing with mental health issues and are based in the US, contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. You are not alone.
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Marc Aquino-Michaels (b. 1990, lives and works in New York, United States). Broken Symmetry from the series Dark Matters, 2019. Woodcut. Sheet: 13 x 14 Inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 20. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Have you registered for the online conversation with Chitra Ganesh and Amber Musser? This event is co-hosted by IPCNY an...
09/09/2020

Have you registered for the online conversation with Chitra Ganesh and Amber Musser? This event is co-hosted by IPCNY and the Leslie-Lohman Museum of art.

Join us on September 16th at 6:30pm to hear Ganesh and Musser discuss Chitra's practice, queer femininity, and racial equity. ASL interpreting service will be available.
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This event is free and open to the public! Send questions for them to answer at [email protected] and click the link below to sign up:
bit.ly/chitra-amber

Alternatively, this event will also be live-streamed here on our page. See you all next week!
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Tomorrow we will have our Artist-in-Residence Instagram Live with Mary Gordon. Megan, our Education and Artists Programs...
09/08/2020

Tomorrow we will have our Artist-in-Residence Instagram Live with Mary Gordon. Megan, our Education and Artists Programs Manager, will be talking with Mary about her prints, her residency project with IPCNY, her studio practice, and more! ⁠

Tune in tomorrow at 12:30pm EST on our Instagram page!

Nilanjan Das explores the lack of intimacy in public spaces in India with this print. Das points to the hostility toward...
09/06/2020

Nilanjan Das explores the lack of intimacy in public spaces in India with this print. Das points to the hostility towards any couples or sexualities expressing the intimacy of their relationships publicly. ⁠⁠"However, declarations of lovers are often seen in Indian public spaces."

"These scribbles reveal individual's associations or memories of a certain public space, which may not just be a geographical location for them. As they search for their comfort zone there is always a temporary transformation or shift from public to private."

Nilanjan Das (b. 1988, lives and works in Howrah, India). A Piece of Memory, 2019. Screenprint on cast concrete. 16 x 11 x 1 inches. Printed by the artist. Edition: Unique. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Artist in Residence Mary Gordon is building on her theme of nostalgia and play. She notices that playgrounds are startin...
09/04/2020

Artist in Residence Mary Gordon is building on her theme of nostalgia and play. She notices that playgrounds are starting to open up after having been roped-off due to the Coronavirus. "I’ve continued to notice the color, shapes, and textures within playgrounds and have used these elements as kernels of inspiration for my monotypes."

"These images show a bit of my process. Pronto plate lithography and monotype layers are collaged together, printed on the same paper plane to form new structures. It’s been a goal and challenge to merge photographic elements with monotype; sometimes blurring the line between the two. I do some pre-planning, but really enjoy how these processes leave room for image deterioration, the chatter of scraped away ink, and history of material build-up—similar to how time and nostalgia degrade our memories of shift meaning."

Mary is continuing to share her process on her on Instagram, so keep up with her project at instagram.com/merrygordo

She will also be LIVE on our Instagram page next Wednesday, September 9 at 12:30pm EST to talk about her project.⁠ See you all then!

Our next New Prints open call is now live! We are excited to announce that Black Women of Print will be the jury of New ...
09/03/2020

Our next New Prints open call is now live!

We are excited to announce that Black Women of Print will be the jury of New Prints 2021/Winter. Black Women of Print (BWoP) was founded in October 2018 by Tanekeya Word, a Black woman, visual artist, art educator, scholar and fine art printmaker who resides in Milwaukee, WI.

Black Women of Print is an African diaspora centered platform, a digital homeplace for independent, mid-career and established skill level Black women printmakers.

The deadline is November 8, 2020, at 11:59 pm EST. You can apply at ipcny.submittable.com. Learn more about the application guidelines on our website and we look forward to receiving your work!

09/02/2020

Join artist and juror of IPCNY’s current exhibition Give Me Space: New Prints 2020/Summer Chitra Ganesh and scholar Amber Musser for a live conversation online.

Ganesh is a Brooklyn-based artist whose practice brings to light narrative representations of femininity, sexuality, and power typically absent from canons of literature, history, and art. Musser is a Professor of American Studies at George Washington University and her research focuses on race, sexuality, and aesthetics. Ganesh and Musser will be in conversation to discuss queer femininity, racial equity, and Chitra’s ongoing practice.

This program is co-hosted by IPCNY and the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art. As usual, free and open to the public! Please feel free to send questions in advance to [email protected]. Register now at http://bit.ly/chitra-amber

Image 1: Chitra Ganesh. Courtesy of Chitra Ganesh.
Image 2: Amber Musser, photo by Maureen Catbagan, 2019.

#NewPrintsIPCNY

IPCNY along with The Print Center have come together to aggregate resources related to #print and print culture supporti...
09/01/2020
Print Resources for Social Justice — International Print Center New York

IPCNY along with The Print Center have come together to aggregate resources related to #print and print culture supporting #BlackLivesMatter and other #socialjustice causes.

This list was born out of the 2020 protests. It is a work in progress. Resources include exhibitions, publications, free/low-cost printing, events, organizations, fundraisers, reading lists, and other initiatives.

We are extremely grateful for all these resources, and will continue to update this incomplete list. Please share resources for potential inclusion by emailing [email protected].

Thank you, every one of you!

Print Resources for Social Justice August 25, 2020 International Print Center New York and The Print Center, Philadelphia have come together to aggregate resources related to print and print culture supporting Black Lives Matter and other social justice causes. This list was born out of the 2020 pro...

This print by Allison Bianco (@allisonbiancoprints) is a story of change in East Providence, Rhode Island. The view disp...
08/31/2020

This print by Allison Bianco (@allisonbiancoprints) is a story of change in East Providence, Rhode Island. The view displayed show railroad tracks near a waterway, which has slowly lost function as the need for the port diminished. This story of climate change in a community falls into the themes of PsychoGeographies and Environment and Justice.

"Abstracted graphic shapes and orange caution flags serve to underline these changes and allude to warnings on the horizon and the contemporary reality of rising tides."
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What themes stand out to you in this show? Does your art fall into the categories? Share with us!

Allison Bianco (b. 1979, lives and works in Providence, RI, United States). The Providence River Cover Up, 2019. Intaglio and screenprint. Sheet: 35 ½ x 59 ½ inches. Printed by the artist and Lois Harada; published by the artist. Edition: 8. Courtesy of the artist and Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence, RI. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Alina Perez uses plants and animals in this piece to express the intimacy of the moment between her and her partner. The...
08/29/2020

Alina Perez uses plants and animals in this piece to express the intimacy of the moment between her and her partner. The calm space around the figures fits the quiet closeness they express and creates a world of its own.⁠

⁠⁠"As the night falls, we are surrounded by our plants and our dog who rests peacefully beside us. Here, we see a world where texture, light, different species, and love can overlap to create an image that is both reflective and joyous."⁠

Alina Perez (b. 1995, lives and works in New Haven, CT, United States). Pilea Kingdom, 2019. Drypoint. Sheet: 12 ½ x 15 ½ inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 2. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.⁠

Tomorrow we will have our Artist-in-Residence Instagram Live with Golbanou Moghaddas. Golbanou will be in conversation w...
08/27/2020

Tomorrow we will have our Artist-in-Residence Instagram Live with Golbanou Moghaddas. Golbanou will be in conversation with Megan, our Education and Artists Programs Manager, to discuss her prints, her studio practice, her residency with IPCNY, and more!

Tune in tomorrow at 12:30pm EST by going to our Instagram or by clicking the link below:
instagram.com/ipcny

See you!

We have 2 fun holidays today: #WomensEqualityDay and #NationalDogDay! In honor of this intersection, we're sharing 3 pri...
08/26/2020

We have 2 fun holidays today: #WomensEqualityDay and #NationalDogDay! In honor of this intersection, we're sharing 3 prints of dogs by women! Women are vital in this printmaking community and are constantly creating incredible artwork.⁠
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Let us know your favorite women printmakers below!⁠

Image 1 from Give Me Space: New Prints 2020/Summer⁠
Beej Nierengarten-Smith. Arabesque Wants a Tummy Rub, 2020. Photo-lithograph and gouache. Sheet: 22 x 15 inches. Printed by the artist. Edition: Unique. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.⁠

Image 2 from Published by the Artists 2019
Kirsten Flaherty. Otis II, 2014. Mezzotint. Sheet: 15 x 11 inches. Published by the artist. Edition: 25. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.⁠

Image 3 from Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter⁠
Susanne Dagmar Olsen. Alfred, 2019. Linocut and newspaper collage. Sheet: 20 x 16 inches. Printed by the artist. Edition: Unique. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Happy Monday! School is starting soon—while there is plenty of excitement about school life, we are sharing this piece o...
08/24/2020

Happy Monday! School is starting soon—while there is plenty of excitement about school life, we are sharing this piece of New Prints that talks about #schoolbullying.

Mo Peng's Portraits of Us is part of a larger series devoted to raising awareness about school #bullying. The blood and bandages represent harm done, the girls welcoming you in are witnesses to the pain, and the heads in the background are the bullies. Peng, however, points to the possibility of hope with the paper airplanes soaring above.

⁠⁠"We can be the bullies, we can be the witnesses, and we can also be the victims. I want this piece to deliver a simple but important message to people─Don't stand by, it is time to stop it."

Mo Peng (b. 1995, lives and works in New York, United States). Portraits of Us, 2019. Screenprint. Sheet: 18 x 12 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 5. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.
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#NewPrintsIPCNY

08/21/2020

While we enter the final weeks of Give Me Space, we've still got a lot of inspiring prints to share with you. Make sure to check them out at https://www.ipcnyexhibitions.org/givemespace

"Intertwined" by Madeleine Conover explores her identity as a #ChineseAmerican. She received DNA test results in 2019 that connected her with an older sister in China. The one-child policy had forced her biological parents to put her up for adoption, separating the sisters for 25 years.

"The braids in Intertwined and the connected arms in Shirt for Two (Sisters) represent my sister and I reuniting. The garment is intended for my sister and me to wear together and embrace.⁠⁠"

Do you have siblings? How do you view your relationships with them?

Madeleine Conover. Shirt for Two (Sisters), 2020. Etchings on handmade, naturally dyed silk garment. Hanging dimensions: 20 x 54 inches. Printed by the artist. Edition: Unique. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Intertwined, 2019. Etching. Sheet: 10 x 10 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 2. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.
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In honor of #BackToSchool Month, we'd like to remind you about our step-by-step printmaking and drawing activities. The ...
08/20/2020

In honor of #BackToSchool Month, we'd like to remind you about our step-by-step printmaking and drawing activities. The activities range from layered portraits to pattern printing to bookmaking! You can find these activities on our feed or by clicking through our photos.

If you are an art educator or want printmaking versions of the drawn activities, go to bit.ly/ipcnylessons to get the PDF lesson plan versions of these activities.
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Works in our current New Prints show, Give Me Space, speak to the current moment both nationwide and worldwide, and thes...
08/19/2020

Works in our current New Prints show, Give Me Space, speak to the current moment both nationwide and worldwide, and these two pieces by Kathryn Keller Larkins are particularly relevant.

"I long for policing in the United States to bring justice, not confound it or perpetrate criminality through its own forces. I think it is essential to bear witness by pointing to a complex problem and say we are getting it wrong. Art for me is testimony."

Link in bio to learn more about the work and artist—Give Me Space is closing in a month!

Kathryn Keller Larkins (b. 1971, lives and works in New York, United States). Dashcam I, from the series Over to the Right 2019. Screenprint. Sheet: 15 x 22 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 5. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

Apprehension, 2019. Screenprint. Sheet: 14 x 17 inches.
Printed by the artist. Edition: Unique. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

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08/18/2020

Have you been following Golbanou's remote residency? She has made more #etching plates since we last posted about her work-in-progress!

The most recent one, "The Elimination Of The Rare Owl" is inspired by the poem "The Conference of the Birds" by Attar, The #Persian Poet. She uses the birds of Marin Headlands, a Short-eared Owl, a vulture, and a Hoopoe in her works as these birds live where her studio is located. "The environment and studio space that is so dear to my heart have also influenced the imagery."

"The Short-eared Owl is one of the rare birds that migrates to this area which is dominated by hawks. I saw this situation metaphorically like the arrival of new people to a new land. Often the local inhabitants don’t want to take the time to recognize and understand the new resident. That can lead to unfair evaluation and dismissal of the new person. In this image, the owl is getting evaluated by the vulture. The Hoopoe is the invisible observer. Regardless of the outcome of the unjust evaluation, the Hoopoe will always lead you to another way."

The stories she brings into these small etchings are very powerful. Golbanou will be LIVE on our Instagram next Friday, August 28 at 12:30pm EST to talk about her works! Stay tuned!

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This print by Isaiah Rivera falls sharply under the theme A Story in Fragments, showing a figure in a futuristic space s...
08/17/2020

This print by Isaiah Rivera falls sharply under the theme A Story in Fragments, showing a figure in a futuristic space suit who is on a mysterious journey.

"I am fascinated by the vast cosmos and how much of it is unknown. I believe that eventually, humanity’s technological achievements will allow us to explore it. This piece is a moment in a cosmonaut's life as he walks through a dark place, using his holographic map to navigate through."

Where does your imagination take you with this print?

Learn more: https://www.ipcnyexhibitions.org/rivera

Isaiah Rivera (b. 1994, lives and works in Yonkers, NY, United States). Untitled, 2020. Screenprint. Sheet: 30 x 22 inches. Printed and published by the artist. Edition: 5. Courtesy the artist. © 2020 the artist.

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