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Print and Process After Johns

Thurs, Jan 27, 2022
6 pm

Online, via Zoom

Throughout his career, Jasper Johns has approached printmaking as a process for experimentation and discovery, and his work across all mediums has been informed by concepts inherent to print, such as reversal, replication, and contact. Inspired by Johns’s example, this program brings together three artists—Kahlil Robert Irving, Matt Saunders, and Tschabalala Self—who work with printmaking techniques, materials, and concepts in innovative ways to explore broader questions about the medium. The conversation is moderated by Kim Conaty, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawings and Prints.

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