1. Charlotta María Hauksdóttir

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  2. Beautiful light and excelent company as always from the gals @ Crown Point Press.

     
  3. Really great project by photographer Adam Wiesman. The photographer set up to take a portrait and then excused himself for some reason and left the camera running. What results is a fascinatingly quiet video of people by themselves. Give it a watch!

     
     
  4. Ed Hamilton of Hamilton Press showing some Mark Licari  prints. A cleverly canceled Ed Ruscha print at the bottom  

     
  5. Ukiyo-e woodblock printmaking with Keizaburo Matsuzaki (by Art Gallery of NSW)

     
     
  6. Editioning a new 18 plate Julie Mehretu etching @ Gemini G.E.L.

    Five printers pull about one print a day. What a sight to behold!  

     
  7. installator:

    "Peggy Guggenheim at Palazzo Venier dei Leoni with Alexander Calder, Arc of Petals (1941, Peggy Guggenheim Collection); behind her Jean Arp,Overturned Blue Shoe with Two Heels Under a Black Vault (1925, Peggy Guggenheim Collection); Venice, early 1950s.” (artgallery.wa.gov.au

     
  8. Richard Serra etchings @ Gemini G.E.L.

     
  9. printeresting:

    mind-bomb: made this during my ‘50’s godzilla marathon. 15 frames, my new high.

     
  10. M A N U A L 

    Now & Then # 1, 2014

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  11. "You’ve got to care about prints. You’ve got to care about woodcuts, lithographs and etchings. You can’t care about whether they sell or whether anyone feels the way you do about your images. I love printmaking so much I try not to care about anything beyond my ego. I keep going because, like the woman who swallowed the knives and nails, I can’t stop. I’ve put my life into it."
    — Jim Dine, A Printmaker’s Document (via christianvillacillo)

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  12. M A N U A L

    Now & Then #6, 2014

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  13. Can’t a 19th century printmaker get a little 21st century love?

     
  14. installator:

    Gerhard Richter (Kunstmuseum Winterthur) [January 2014]

     
  15. installator:

    "Archives, 1988: walkerartcenter director Martin Friedman with a scale model of sculpture garden under construction” (Eric Roper) [Submitted by PvZ)