radical printmaking

In a new blog post, curatorial assistant Heidi Hirschl explores how artists through history have experimented with monotypes, from Edgar Degas to contemporary artist Elizabeth Peyton. Degas’s monotypes are the subject of the current exhibition Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty, which draws connections between Degas’s radical printmaking process and his iconic work in other mediums. 

[Installation view: Elizabeth Peyton. Lichtenstein, Flowers, Parsifal. 2011. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, 2016. © 2016 Elizabeth Peyton]

Hey Portland! Join us on All Hallows’ Eve for a print show featuring work by myself and my lovely, talented friend Fiona Avocado. The show will be held at our print studio: Flight 64- a member-run, nonprofit print shop. The studio is located in the courtyard behind Bella Faccia Pizza & Branch Whiskey Bar, between NE 29th and NE 30th on Alberta St. The show will run from 6-9pm, probably a little longer. Join us for drinks, snacks, and of course- prints! I hope to see you there.

Witches honor.