“The State of Printmaking since 1940,” the third in a series of exhibitions featuring prints from the museum’s collection, opens Sat., Jan. 30, at Rockland’s Farnsworth Museum. This one highlights conceptual and technical trends in American printmaking since the beginning of World War II.
Techniques represented in the exhibit include relief, intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, photo-mechanical art, and alternative processes.
The exhibit includes works by Milton Avery, Leonard Baskin, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Larry Rivers, Andy Warhol, June Wayne, and others.
You might want to plan a visit in conjunction with the Curator’s Choice gallery talk on Feb. 1, given by exhibtion organizater Jane Bianco, curatorial assistant. The talk is free with admission, but seating is limited, so reservations are encouraged.
Image: Yvonne Jacquette, Motion Picture (Times Sq.), 1990, 12-color lithograph, museum purchase, 1990 © 1990 Y.J.