Walking into Graphicstudio, there are prints and sculptural editions created by artists from around the world. If you walk straight back you will be confronted with a wall covered in psychedelic, black-light reactive wallpaper. This screen printed wallpaper with fluorescent inks was a 2008 project with artist Trenton Doyle Hancock and is called Flower Bed […]Read more "Trenton Doyle Hancock Up Close"
Graphicstudio is excited to announce two new editions which are now available. Longtime Graphicstudio collaborator Allan McCollum is involved in both projects. Lands of Shadow and Substance is a series of twenty-seven archival pigment prints. The title comes from the television series The Twilight Zone. McCollum viewed the original episodes from 1959 to 1964 on […]Read more "New Editions from Allan McCollum and Pablo Helguera"
On Friday, January 30 JoEllen Schilke hosted Trenton Doyle Hancock on her weekly radio show Art in Your Ear. JoEllen conducted a wide-ranging interview with Trenton that covered his early art and inspirations, current projects including his work with Graphicstudio, a live-action short film in production, and his upcoming show at the Ringling Museum of […]Read more "Trenton Doyle Hancock on WMNF’s Art in Your Ear"
Congratulations to Keith Sonnier on his receipt of the Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement by the College Art Association.Read more "Keith Sonnier"
Introducing Lovebugs, a new suite of prints from Vik Muniz and Graphicstudio.Read more "Love is in the Air!"
Video: Christian Marclay on Night Music, 10/29/89 Christian Marclay has been involved in sound and art exploration through the use of turntables since 1979. First using skipping records as rhythm tracks for The Bachelors, Even, his duo with guitarist Kurt Henry, sound has figured into Marclay’s art (or art has figured into Marclay’s sound) since […]Read more "Christian Marclay – Manga Scroll"
Robyn O’Neil has worked with Graphicstudio on several projects over the past two years. Known for her huge, intricate graphite works on paper, Robyn’s work has moved into a new direction. In this video created by Matthew Salton, Robyn discusses I BURNED WAVES, her new show at Susan Inglett Gallery in New York. Robyn made waves […]Read more "New Work from Robyn O’Neil"