A digital photograph by Gary Justis is included in “RGB”, an international juried photography exhibition at PH21 Gallery in Budapest, Hungary.
Gary Justis often uses light as both subject and material in his kinetic sculptures, digital photographs and monoprints. His recent work involves the manipulation of various light sources and a variety of reflective surfaces and objects to create mysterious figures of light, which he then photographs. Some images reference human or alien figures, animals, imaginary plants, natural phenomena, land or spacescapes, while others are completely abstract. These digital works are realized as archival pigment prints.
Images of Gary Justis’ digital works and his recently completed monoprint series at Manneken Press can be viewed here: http://mannekenpress.com/artists-3/gary-justis-page/
The exhibition in Budapest runs through September 20, 2016.
Congratulations to Mel Cook, Manneken Press artist extraordinaire, whose work is featured in the current issue of New American Paintings.
There are still two prints remaining from the amazing group of monotype/collages she made at Manneken Press in 2013, and they can be viewed here: http://mannekenpress.com/artists-3/melissa-cook-grid/#mg
Ted Kincaid talks about his recent work in this well-produced video. Kincaid is an artist based in Dallas, TX who uses both camera and computer to create images that question the veracity of the photographic image. Manneken Press publishes Ted Kincaid’s prints, all of which can be viewed here.
St. Louis/Brooklyn/Italy based artist Mary Judge comes to Manneken Press
Mary Judge began a new project of multi-plate color aquatints last week. The prints are abstracted flower forms, a theme the artist has been investigating in various modes for a number of years. Mary returns to Manneken Press later in the summer to continue work on this series.
The newly released monotypes and woodcut edition by Jack Davidson are now available from Manneken Press.
An online prospectus of the project can be viewed here. The new prints are also being promoted by PrintedEdition.com at this link. Contact us for pricing and availability on these beautiful new prints by Jack Davidson.
Jack Davidson spent a week working at Manneken Press in April 2016. His unique approach to making monotypes included the use of Rorschach blots and gold leaf. Images of his prints will be added to the website shortly.
Jack is a native of Aberdeen, Scotland. He is a painter, currently living and working in Barcelona, and has had recent exhibitions in New York and Los Angeles, as well as in Europe.