Manneken Press is pleased to present a selection of prints by Nick Satinover, an American artist working in print media and collaborative print/performance. Using memory as a map and experience as the magnetic pull on the needle, Satinover navigates through the convolutions of space, place and time. His images are an atlas providing information and a guide to making sense of new physical experiences in a search for true North. Acknowledging that the past is at work in the present, and the presence of an author is a subjective filter, Satinover folds it all together using phrases, notes, observations and reflections presented in visual, textual or audible forms, revealing a series of ambivalent statements that reflect the complexity of being: past and present, internal and external, evocative and open, critical yet non-judgmental, personal and universal. Nick Satinover’s poetic prints are color lithographs printed on thin kozo papers in small editions. They are bleed prints with the image extending to the paper’s edges.
Nick Satinover holds a BFA from Wright State University, OH and and MFA from Illinois State University and has exhibited in solo and group shows across the United States. He has been artist-in-residence at the Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium; Kala Art Institute, Berkeley; the Tofte Lake Center, Ely, MN; and the MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. He lives and works near Nashville, TN.