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Local Coverage - PUSH: The New Printmakers Contemporary printmaking practices live in an in-between space. As a medium, it is...


Local Coverage - PUSH: The New Printmakers
Contemporary printmaking practices live in an in-between space. As a medium, it is...


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Local Coverage - PUSH: The New Printmakers

Contemporary printmaking practices live in an in-between space. As a medium, it is caught between its history and its relevance as a mode of expression. Printmaking is often thought of as a dying art, sometimes involving complicated processes and machinery that are no longer being manufactured. But, the relevance of printmaking as an art form is still present, as is shown by a new printmaking exhibition being held at Studio Sixty Six in Ottawa.

PUSH: The New Printmakers brings together several artists specializing in different types of printmaking. The works are comprised of linocuts, screen printing, woodcuts and relief prints.The artists included in the show are Melissa Blackman, Delphine Sullivan, Dante Penman, Claudia Gutierrez, Tegan Alston, Stéphanie St-Jean Aubre and Kimberly Edgar, all graduates from the Ottawa School of Art. While all the works are tied together by their medium and their black and white palette, each artist’s oeuvre addresses different artistic preoccupations, ranging from issues of identity, the idea of the specimen, to the relationship between landmarks and memory. 

For those who are interested in checking out the show, it will be open until June 26th. Click here for more information.

If you are interested in seeing interviews with the artists and gallery owner, click here.

-Lea Hamilton

Coverage of our most recent exhibition by the Art and Science Journal!

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