Philippe Apeloig, detail from Le Havre, Patrimoine mondial de l’humanité (2006).

Type and Transcendence: Philippe Apeloig

Arturo Herrera, detail from Robert Schumann–De La Luzidez A La Locura, Von Andres Ruiz Tarazona, 1975, Real Musical, S.A., Madrid from Books (2012).

The Books of Others: Arturo Herrera’s Berlin Books Project

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Screen capture of the archive page for the “People Holding Posters” Tumblr blog by Nate Gagnon.

Stagecraft: Designers, Artists and the Theater of Print in a Digital World

Ryan McGinness: Fluorescent Body Parts

Ryan McGinness’ recent screenprints mix anatomic ideograms and jewel-like colors to dazzling effect.

This review appears in the July-August issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.2).

Aldo Crommelynck: Master and Midwife

Perhaps the most celebrated etching printer of the past century, Aldo Crommelynck working with Picasso, Hamilton, Hockney, Johns, Dine and many others. A recent exhibition in Paris celebrated his legacy.

Hank Willis Thomas: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

With brutal found photographs, reproduced on the reflective backing of street signs, Hank Willis Thomas gives form to our convenient forgetting of the past.

Shadow Journeys

Strange things happen in the dark and quiet mises-en-scènes of the Swiss etcher Peter Bräuninger. The recent retrospective and catalogue provide an overview of the artist’s wry investigations of desire and perception.

This review appears in the July-August issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.2).