As far back as I can remember I have been roaming through the halls and doorways at Graphicstudio; rolling in office chairs down the hall, building cardboard robots in the Vault, coloring and doodling and making the occasional small print—under close adult supervision, of course. All this time I could never fully comprehend the gravity […]Read more "A Summer at Graphicstudio: Madeline Baker’s Intern Perspective"
Larry Bell, 2D-3D: Glass & Vapor opened on July 17, 2015 at White Cube, Mason’s Yard in London. With pieces in group shows currently at Kohn Gallery and Quint Gallery in California; a piece in America Is Hard to See, the Whitney Museum of American Art’s inaugural exhibition; and recent solo shows at Peter Blake Gallery, Frank Lloyd Gallery, […]Read more "Flocked Pink Ladies: An Anomaly"
ArtPop Tampa‘s exciting billboard project will go live next week! It is wonderful to read about the selected artists and get a first glimpse at the artwork we will soon be seeing across the Tampa Bay area. The excitement about billboard art from coast to coast has us looking back on a Graphicstudio billboard project from 1998. Here is an […]Read more "Lesley Dill’s Graphicstudio Billboards"
On June 20, 2015, Miriam Schapiro passed away. Schapiro leaves behind a tremendous legacy in the art world, and on this occasion it seems fitting to explore one small part of it. Schapiro produced several prints at Graphicstudio in 1983-1984. Four monoprints were essentially collages on paper. Children of Paradise was produced as an edition variée, […]Read more "Miriam Schapiro at Graphicstudio"
Mark Dion is a natural fit to collaborate with Graphicstudio because of the highly interdisciplinary nature of his visual art. His practice investigates museumology, scientific history and methodology, taxonomy, environmental studies, even taxidermy. His exploration of museum practice and installation methodology can often blur the line between artwork and museum exhibit. Dion’s work has touched […]Read more "Mark Dion and Graphicstudio"
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"