(Re)Print: Five Projects

Mark Bradford, Cecily Brown, Glenn Brown,

Enrique Chagoya, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye

(Re)Print: Five Projects investigates the dynamic relationship between the history of reproduction and contemporary print practice. For centuries, print has been instrumental in the replication and dissemination of artworks and ideas, allowing them to travel and reach new audiences. Artists throughout history have looked to (and worked from) these images, often encountered through printed reproduction. This is no less true today.

(Re)Print brings into dialogue the prints of five contemporary artists—Mark Bradford, Cecily Brown, Glenn Brown, Enrique Chagoya, and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye—and the printed source material they reference. These artists each use a distinct approach to processing and responding to familiar imagery. They quote art historical masters, deconstruct everyday visual material, and shake loose images of their conventional meanings. Appropriating, obscuring, recasting, inventing—all inspire new ways of thinking about how images shape our histories, cultures, and beliefs. 
 
(Re)Print was originally developed for IPCNY’s exhibition space in New York, and has been reimagined here for an online format that will continue to evolve. 
New content and educational resources will be added on an ongoing basis, and there are opportunities throughout the digital exhibition for you to send us questions, connections, and thoughts that we’ll share and respond to on social media.
 

DIRECTOR'S WELCOME

JUDY HECKER 

Director, IPCNY

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(Re)Print: Five Projects was developed for the web by Jenn Bratovich. Special thanks to Anders Bergstrom; Stewart Campbell and Sue Ellen Stone, Hauser & Wirth; Wade Campbell; Roseanne Colachis; Alexandria Edelson; Jennifer Farrell; Tamsen Greene and Anna Model, Jack Shainman Gallery; Edgar Laguinia; Louie Lane; Evelyn and David Lasry; Bernard I. Lumpkin and Carmine D. Boccuzzi; David Sabel and Margaret Conklin; Pari Stave; Laura Ten Eyck; and Lilias Wigan and Hannah Freedberg, Gagosian.

 

Online tours and educational programming: Contact Megan Duffy at megan@ipcny.or

Download press releasePress kits and inquiries: Contact Ema Wang at ema@ipcny.org

International Print Center New York is New York’s flagship non-profit arts institution dedicated to the innovative presentation of prints by emerging, established, national, and international artists. Founded in 2000, IPCNY is a vibrant hub and exhibition space located in New York’s Chelsea gallery district. Our artist-centered approach engages the medium in all its varied potential, and includes guest-curated exhibitions that present dynamic, new scholarship along with the New Prints Program. A 501(c)(3) institution, IPCNY depends on foundation, government, individual support, and members’ contributions to fund its programs.

 

(Re)Print: Five Projects is supported, in part, by The Barbara Stern Shapiro Fund for Curatorial Initiatives. Support for all programs and exhibitions at IPCNY is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and by Foundations including: the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Inc., Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, The Jockey Hollow Foundation, PECO Foundation, the Thompson Family Foundation, Travelers Foundation, and the NYC COVID-19 Response and Impact Fund from the New York Community Trust; along with major individual support.


 

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