The One Who Looks is an exhibition of new risograph prints along the lines of contemporary drawing. Curated by Yuck, one of the foremost publishers of riso prints, the work embraces the unique qualities of the printing process. Artists include Jason Murphy, Aaron Jupin, Gizem Vural, Loic Movellen and Jonathan Calugi - whose interaction of line and colour create striking illustrative and comic based art.
Opening Friday 22nd September 6pm
Continues to October 30th / Mon-Sat 10am - 6pm
Colours May Vary
Duke St, Leeds LS9 8AG
PRINTMAKING by Katie Ridley-Murphy, Jason Murphy, Dorothy Stucki, Bo Orr, Sasha Schilbrack-Cole, & Joe Tsambiras
Co-curated By MARIANNE LAMBERT AND JOE TSAMBIRAS
February 23 – March 31, 2017
OPENING: Thursday, February 23, 6-9pm
Special Reception (in conjunction with the SGCI conference): Thursday, March 16, 6-10pm
ARTIST TALK: Saturday, March 18, 4pm
The Swan Coach House Gallery is pleased to present “INNER SPACE,” an exhibition which explores the relationship between our internal worlds and our broader environments - particularly the ways in which time impacts our perceptions and feelings.
This six-person group show displays a variety of printmaking techniques and styles. Each artist shows different imagery developed from a juncture where personal imagination and external reality meet - and even fuse.
This exhibition is in conjunction with Southern Graphics Council International’s 2017 conference in Atlanta, March 15-18. SGCI is an educational non-profit organization committed to informing members and the public about issues and processes concerning original prints, drawings, book arts, and handmade paper.
*This exhibition is sponsored by The Sara Giles Moore Foundation
The Character has found himself in a French anthology. Thank You Lagon Revue!
GOUFFRE stands for polymorphic, plastic comics. The magazine celebrates new perspectives and unique approaches of the medium: Minimal, maximal, without characters, made of sensations, or of emptiness, mute, aesthetic, close to abstraction. You will discover toxic undergrowth, extinguished suburbs, melancholic sci-fi stories, fake magazine covers, modern love relationships and visions of the near future.
The book is conceived, designed, printed and bound by the editorial team. It combines various printing techniques: Silk-screen, Riso printing, (and for this issue also offset printing).
The first 200 copies will come with 2 riso prints of Alexis Beauclair & Sammy Stein (14 × 22 cm )
A modest Iterview for a spectacular online publication.
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