Scripps College

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Women and Print: A Contemporary View
August 30 – October 19, 2014

Scripps College starts off its year of exhibitions with Women and Print: A Contemporary View, the fifth in a series dedicated to outstanding women artists. 

Identity, nature, and science predominate in this exhibition of contemporary printmaking. Through these themes, Women in Print investigates the art of the print. National in scope, the exhibition features 66 works by 27 artists, showcasing leading women printmakers who are working in new ways, often combining traditional and digital processes to produce hybrid prints with fresh expressive dimensions. Together, these works reveal the strength of work produced by women printmakers today.

Amy Ellingson
Untitled #1-6, 2011
Pigment print with silkscreen overprinting on optica 300gsm paper
25 x 20 inches
Edition of 10

The list of artists includes: J. Catherine Bebout; Anita Bunn; Sophie Calle; Squeak Carnwath; Amy Ellingson; Bernice Ficek-Swenson; Nancy Friese/Laurel Reuter; Monica Furmanski; Ellen Gallagher; Sandy Gellis; Catherine Kernan; Amanda Knowles; Karen Kunc; Sylvia Lark; Nancy Macko; Julie Mehretu; Karen Oremus; Ruby Osorio; Barbara Robertson; Rita Robillard; Paula Roland; Alison Saar; Mary Schina; Alyson Shotz; Pat Steir; Michelle Stuart; Sherrie Wolf.

A full-color catalog with essays on the works’ focal points of environment, politics, and science accompanied the exhibition. More information at: rcwg.scrippscollege.edu.

 
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The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

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