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Exhibition: “From The Garden: New Prints by Catherine Howe”

Manneken Press presents “From The Garden: New Prints by Catherine Howe”, an online exhibition of new prints by NYC artist Catherine Howe. “From The Garden: New Prints by Catherine Howe” is a selection prints recently published by Manneken Press. The 24 works in the exhibition include monotypes and collagraph prints made during the artist’s visit to Manneken Press in April 2019. The online exhibition is available to view on Artsy now through September 15, 2019. Known…

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Carlos Andrade: Mixed-Media Monotypes, 2009-2016

Carlos Andrade, Manneken Press, monotype, mixed media, unique print

Manneken Press presents mixed-media monotypes by Carlos Andrade A collection of Carlos Andrade’s monotypes is featured on our Artsy site through January 15th, 2019. This online exhibition can be viewed here. Andrade’s distinctive unorthodox approach to printmaking is evident in his use of fabrics, meshes, cording and plastics as textural, linear and color elements, combined with traditional relief and collagraph techniques. The exhibition includes several large diptych prints. Works made at Manneken Press from 2009 –…

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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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“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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“Inland Art: Sarah Smelser” by Paul Krainak

Sarah Smelser, Manneken Press

Critic and artist Paul Krainak has written an insightful article on the work of Sarah Smelser, published this week in The Community Word. Link to the article here. Pictured above: Sarah Smelser: To Lay Out (Kala), 2017. Monotype, 20″ x 16″. For more than twenty years, working primarily in the medium of monotype, Sarah Smelser has produced abstract works which have been exhibited widely. She the co-founder of Manneken Press and Professor of Art at Illinois…

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Exhibition: “Painterly Prints” at Artsy

Manneken Press Jane McNichol monotype

Painterly Prints: Monotypes by Jonathan Higgins, Judy Ledgerwood, Jane McNichol and Brenda Zappitell We are pleased to announce our newest online exhibition at Artsy. This selection of monotypes by four artists exemplifies the painterly approach to the unique print medium. Monotype is the most direct way for an artist to make prints, free from the technical considerations of etching, lithography or relief. Though some artists prize monotype in its most basic form, as a “printed…

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