Cornelis Cort after Frans Floris, detail of Hercules and the Pygmies (1562).

The Renaissance Reconceived

William Gropper, detail of Politico from the portfolio The Capriccios (1953–56).

Blacklisted: William Gropper’s Capriccios

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Annu Vertanen, detail of Breathing Touch (2012–13). Photo: Jussi Tiainen.

Prix de Print No. 4: Annu Vertanen: Breathing Touch

Anish Kapoor: Shadow V series

The four prints of Anish Kapoor’s series Shadow V draw the eye back and forth between an abstract and infinite purple interior and the reality of the two-dimensional printed surface.

This review appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.3, No.5).

Allen Ruppersberg: The Great Speckled Bird

In Allen Ruppersberg’s immense The Great Speckled Bird, a screenprinted player-piano roll churns out the sounds and stationary of the American West.

This review appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.3, No.5).

Richard Tuttle: Indrah

Spare and precise, Richard Tuttle’s Indrah reminds us of just how understated the artist’s poetry of objects can be.

This review appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.3, No.5).

Welcome to the Jungle: Violence Behind the Lines in

Dasha Shishkin, born in Russia and educated in America, is known for her lurid and decorative dystopias. Paris-based artist and writer Kate McCrickard looks at how etching enables the artist’s obsessive inventiveness.

This article appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.3, No.5).