Leopoldo Méndez, detail from Posada in His Workshop (Homage to Posada) (1953).

Collective Brilliance

Leonardo Parasole (after Antonio Tempesta), detail from The Visitation from the interlinear version of the Evangelium (1591).

Gospel Lessons: Arabic Printing at the Tipografia Medicea Orientale

Wangechi Mutu, detail from Homeward Bound (2009).

International Geographic: Wangechi Mutu on Paper, Print and Printmaking

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Navigating Difference, Connecting Seas

Christina Aube charts the road from European curiosity to European imperialism through the maps, books and board games that were critical to the encapsulation and popularization of images about distant lands.

This article appears in the November-December issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.4).

Everyday and Popular Imagery in the Prints of Lorena Villablanca

The Chilean artist Lorena Villablanca exploits woodcut’s distinct formal properties and its expressive charge as she merges regional Lira Popular and the European art historical canon in wildly subjective combinations.

This article appears in the November-December issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.4).

27 Square Meters, 1001 Nights

The charming and spirited exhibition “1001 nuits et 1 jour” (1,001 nights and 1 day) presented the whimsical drawings of faraway lands and fantastical creatures that covered the architect Yona Friedman’s atelier in 1960’s Paris.

This review appears in the November-December issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.4).

Prix de Print No. 8: Cartier Window by Stella Ebner

In Stella Ebner’s Cartier Window (2014), selected by Faye Hirsch, the New York window of a French company shows Asian leopards and African diamonds, framed in the Nordic pagan fir boughs we use to mark a Christian holiday.