IPCNY's New Prints 2011 Program
Printmaking Convergence presents New Prints 2011, the 40th presentation of the International Print Center New York (IPCNY)'s New Prints Program, on display at the VAC January 27 - March 10.
International Print Center New York was founded to promote the greater appreciation of the fine art print by fostering a climate for the enjoyment, examination and serious study of artists' prints—from the old master to the contemporary. A touring program for regional museums was initiated in 2006.
The New Prints Program is the cornerstone of IPCNY's innovative exhibition programming, and brings current prints of the highest quality to public attention in a series of four juried exhibitions in its Chelsea space each year. Submissions to the New Prints Program are encouraged from presses, publishers, and individual printers worldwide. To date, over 1,000 artists and 200 presses have been represented through the New Prints Program. Interspersing these juried shows of contemporary work, IPCNY presents two curated or themed exhibitions each season. Past curated exhibitions include: Propagating Eden: Uses and Techniques of Nature Printing in Botany and Art, Wallworks: Contemporary PictorialWallpapers, Emerging Images: The Creative Process in Prints andSeeing God in Prints: Indian Lithographs from the Collection of Mark Baron and Elise Boisanté.
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