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INTAGLIO I & II


Installation detail, left to right: Charles Arnoldi, Al Held, Andrew Spence

Maslow Gallery
Nov 26, 2012 - Dec 11, 2012

The selection of works for the current exhibition in The Maslow Study Gallery reflects the research and studio work carried out by students in Peter Hoffer’s printmaking class this semester. The Maslow curator met with a number of students from the printmaking class a few weeks prior to installation at which time the students made a selection of works for their research.

This semester, students are working on intaglio processes, which include etching, engraving, drypoint, and aquatint; therefore, the final selection of works for this exhibition (except for Chuck Close’s Phil III) are all intaglio prints. As there are a number of significant and varied prints of this type in The Maslow Collection, the final installation represents only a limited representation of the overall depth within the Collection. 

The works included in this exhibition are: The Seasons, 1987, by Jasper Johns, and Ellsworth Kelly’s Wall, 1979, both of which involve etching and aquatint; Affirming Flame, 1988, by Willy Heeks involves etching, drypoint and screenprinting; Al Held’s etching, Straits of Magellan, 1985; Julien Schnabel’s Tod-Cage Without Bars, an etching from1982; L.A. Eyeworks, a 1982 etching with carborundum by Jim Dine; Robert Rauschenberg’s Bellini #2 from 1987; and two untitled works, one by Andrew Spence from 1989 and the other by Charles Arnoldi from 1993.

This exhibition was installed with the assistance of The Maslow Collection intern, Katherine Camoni.



Installation detail, left to right: Chuck Close, Willy Heeks, Charles Arnoldi, Al Held, Andrew Spence, Ellsworth Kelly


Installation detail, left to right: Willy Heeks, Charles Arnoldi, Al Held, Andrew Spence, Ellsworth Kelly


Installation detail, left to right: Willy Heeks, Charles Arnoldi, Al Held, Andrew Spence, Ellsworth Kelly


Installation detail, left to right: Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Jim Dine


Installation detail, left to right: Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Jim Dine


Installation detail, left to right: Julien Schnabel, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Jim Dine



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