It blows my mind that this summer I will have been with Graphicstudio for over a year already. I remember when I first started as the marketing intern in May 2018 under the sales and marketing director, Kristin Soderqvist. I was completing course credit and had been connected with Graphicstudio through CAM. During the search […]Read more "My Year at Graphicstudio, guest post by Alexa Nuñez"
The Life of the Performer Behind the Scenes: Hernan Bas’s They Can Bring the Curtain Down as a Metaphor for the Performance of Sexuality Hernan Bas. From They Can Bring the Curtain Down, 2010. direct gravure, 8 images in a paper folio. 21 x 17-1/2 inches, edition of 25. Hernan Bas, an artist from Miami […]Read more "The Life of the Performer Behind the Scenes: Guest Post by Natalie Bohin"
We are sad to learn of Burt Barr’s passing on November 7, 2016. Burt was a friend to Graphicstudio and a talented artist. His collaborations extended his artistic practice into printmaking in a way that is emblematic of the mission of Graphicstudio. Double Feature, 2000. photolithograph, 53 1/2 x 38 3/4 inches. Edition of 45 […]Read more "Burt Barr"
My experience at Graphicstudio was amazing. Everyone welcomed me with open arms and I learned something new every day. Not only did I have the opportunity to meet a few artists and learn under professional printers, but I was given the liberty to work on a personal project of my own. I spent my first […]Read more "Madeline Arrendale’s Graphicstudio Internship"
Sandra Cinto was born in 1968 in Santo Andre, Brazil and lives and works in São Paulo. She is known for her large-scale, dramatic scenarios incorporating water, the night sky and billowing seas.Read more "Sandra Cinto at Graphicstudio"
Interning at Graphicstudio was a very positive and fulfilling experience. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I was accepted into the program; I did not know how I would be of any help in a printmaking studio without any relevant prior experience. Aside from a brief tour in a class a few years prior, […]Read more "Internship Reflection by Emily Rogers"
Header image: Robert Mapplethorpe, Tampa Orchid, 1986. Photogravure and screenprint with aluminum glitter appliqué. 21 1/2 x 35 1/4 inches. Edition of 60. Robert Mapplethorpe is the subject of much renewed interest as the J. Paul Getty Museum and LACMA present complementary exhibitions which form Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium. This retrospective in two parts […]Read more "Robert Mapplethorpe at Graphicstudio"