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Remembering Camille Billops

The KKK Boutique Ain't Just Rednecks, 1993, etching by Camille Billops

Camille Billops, 1933 – 2019 I heard recently the sad news of the passing of artist Camille Billops in June. Around the same time, a friend sent me an article about her. These caused me to reminisce about my experience working with Camille on one of her etchings early in my career as a printer. In the days before I started Manneken Press, I lived for a time in New York City, working as a…

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Join us at EXPO Chicago, the International Exposition of Contemporary Art

EXPO Chicago

Manneken Press is pleased to announce our participation in EXPO Chicago 2018. Visit us in booth #421 to see our recent projects, editions, portfolios, unique prints and other works on paper. To preview works in our booth visit our Artsy page. For tickets and other info click here.  We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

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Richard Hull reviewed in Hyperallergic

Richard Hull, Manneken Press, etching, Tuesday,

John Yau reviews Richard Hull’s current solo exhibition for Hyperallergic In Richard Hull’s Hall of Mirrors, Yau writes about Hull‘s “funny, weird, seductive, robust, mysterious, saucy, and nearly impossible to decipher” paintings and sculpture now on view in Chicago at Western Exhibitions. Hull’s recent etchings “Tuesday” (which was recently acquired by the WVU Art Museum) and “Wednesday”, published by Manneken Press in 2017, are also included in the exhibition. Link to Yau‘s previous writing on…

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Fuzzy Logic: Prints by Ted Kincaid 1998 – 2008

Manneken Press presents “Fuzzy Logic: Prints by Ted Kincaid 1998 – 2008” This online exhibition of the extensive body of work by Ted Kincaid published by Manneken Press can be viewed here. Over the course of his thirty-year career, Ted Kincaid’s work has included minimalist grids and fields of pattern, abstracted clouds and con trails, icebergs and shipwrecks, landscapes and the moon. With the singular mission of questioning the veracity of the photographic image, he…

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“Nevertheless, She Persisted” on Artsy

To mark Women’s History Month, Manneken Press will present “Nevertheless She Persisted”, an online exhibition on our Artsy site. Opening March 8, 2018, International Women’s Day, the exhibition celebrates the amazing talents of fourteen female artists, and expresses our hope for the ultimate goal of equality among all artists, and among all peoples in all walks of life. The artists included in the exhibition are: Camille Billops, Mel Cook, LJ Douglas, Rhea Edge, Betty Friedman, Mary…

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Richard Hull’s stunning new etching editions and monotypes

Richard Hull, Manneken Press, etching, Tuesday,

The latest release from Manneken Press: Richard Hull’s masterful etchings in black and white and large, colorful monotypes are now available from Manneken Press. View the prospectus for this project here. All of Richard Hull’s prints, including those remaining from his 2015 project, can be viewed here. Contact Manneken Press for current pricing/availability. Pictured above: Wednesday, 2017. Etching and Aquatint, edition of 15.  31 x 42 ½ inches. Published by Manneken Press.

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