Carcasses on display in Midtown Manhattan

The Big Picture Show

Showing now in NYC: This exhibit shows a selection of large prints that have been included in New Prints shows at International Print Center, New York. Currently,the Carcasses from the Meat Locker are hanging under lights, in a fancy-shmancy gallery in midtown Manhattan. What a trip! Showing now through Dec. 5th.

More at IPCNY on Tour: Big Picture Show

IMAGE: S.V. Medaris, Carcasses from “The Meat Locker”, 2011, Woodcut on masa, adhered to insulation board, Edition: 4, Printed and published by the artist.

About the show (from IPCNY)

Big Picture Show, on view at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery in midtown, presents thirty large-scale contemporary prints by artists originally shown at IPCNY in New Prints exhibitions. Organized three times each season, these shows form the core of IPCNY’s programming. Each of the exhibitions is selected by an independent jury sorting through thousands of submission s ranging from self-published artists to international print workshops and publishers. These shows bring to the fore new trends, talents and techniques in the field of contemporary printmaking.

The prints shown here stand out for their excellence of concept, content, and technique – as well as the sheer bravado of their scale. Virtually all mediums of printmaking are represented, from classic techniques of etching, woodcut, lithography , and s ilkscreening, to more recent innovations such as digital printing and cast paper. Together, they illustrate the creative potential unique to the medium of printmaking, and the formidable talent of artists working in the field today.

Artists in the exhibition: Polly Apfelbaum, John Baldessari, A.J. Bocchino, Ann Conner, John Robert Craft, Jeffrey Dell, Tânia Bandeira Duarte, Carroll Dunham, Kevin Frances, Beth Ganz, Bryan Nash Gill, Joanne Greenbaum, Torrie Groening, Imi Hwangbo, Mel Kendrick, Jane Kent, Joyce Kozloff, Nicola López, Martin Mazorra, S.V. Medaris, Julie Mehretu, Beatriz Milhazes, Steven Millar, Serena Perrone, Endi Poskovic, Jenny Robinson, Richard Ryan, Tomas Vu, Sandy Walker and Terry Winters.

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