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PULLED IN BROOKLYN BENEFIT PRINT PORTFOLIO, 2019

Screenprint
30 × 22 × 2 in
76.2 × 55.9 × 5.1 cm
Edition of 60
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,500
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $150 domestic, $300 rest of world
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About the work
International Print Center New York (IPCNY)
New York
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Artworks, in order:

Image 1: Charline von Heyl
Zonzamas, 2019
3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet …

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Artworks, in order:

Image 1: Charline von Heyl
Zonzamas, 2019
3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet 250gsm
24 x 19 inches

Image 2: Glen Baldridge
Dream Burner, 2019
6 color screenprint on Coventry Rag 250gsm
21 x 18 inches

Image 3: Alex Dodge
Fashionable Scarves for Any Occasion, 2019
3 color screenprint on Stonehenge Kraft …

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Medium
Print
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
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Frame
Not included
Publisher
IPCNY
Image rights
Copyright 2019 the artist and International Print Center New York
Charline von Heyl
German, b. 1960
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New York-based artist Charline von Heyl has said that her reason for painting is because she "desires to invent an image that has not yet been seen." Her dynamic abstract canvases combine vivid color, confusion of fore and background, and gestures of opposing speeds, suggesting Wassily Kandinsky or Arshile Gorky while not unified in any one style. In von Heyl's works on paper, printmaking techniques such as lithography, silkscreen, and woodcut are subjected to processes of chance and experimentation and awesome colors like goldenrod yellow, electric blue, and fiery orange.

Nicola López
American, b. 1975
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With an anthropologist’s eye, Nicola López draws upon cartography and uses printmaking, drawing, collage, and installation to create maps of the physical and psychological experience of contemporary cityscapes. López sees these landscapes as saturated with signs of contemporary life: speed, mobility, technology. “My work incorporates these signs,” she explains, “exaggerating and reconfiguring them in order to build maps that convey the sense of wonder and vertigo that is inevitable as we face the landscape of today’s world.” López’s compositions pulse with energy, as delicately rendered, jumbled masses of chords, armatures, pipes, wires, construction fencing, beams, and concrete columns fill her works on paper, bursting off the page. Her site-specific installations, like Landscape X: Under Construction (2011) for the Guggenheim, New York, enclose viewers in an industrial dreamscape, a reference both ethereal and literal to the world outside the museum’s doors.

Glen Baldridge
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Alex Dodge
b. 1977
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About the work
International Print Center New York (IPCNY)
New York
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Artworks, in order:

Image 1: Charline von Heyl
Zonzamas, 2019
3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet …

Read more

Artworks, in order:

Image 1: Charline von Heyl
Zonzamas, 2019
3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet 250gsm
24 x 19 inches

Image 2: Glen Baldridge
Dream Burner, 2019
6 color screenprint on Coventry Rag 250gsm
21 x 18 inches

Image 3: Alex Dodge
Fashionable Scarves for Any Occasion, 2019
3 color screenprint on Stonehenge Kraft …

Read more
Medium
Print
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
IPCNY
Image rights
Copyright 2019 the artist and International Print Center New York
Charline von Heyl
German, b. 1960
Follow

New York-based artist Charline von Heyl has said that her reason for painting is because she "desires to invent an image that has not yet been seen." Her dynamic abstract canvases combine vivid color, confusion of fore and background, and gestures of opposing speeds, suggesting Wassily Kandinsky or Arshile Gorky while not unified in any one style. In von Heyl's works on paper, printmaking techniques such as lithography, silkscreen, and woodcut are subjected to processes of chance and experimentation and awesome colors like goldenrod yellow, electric blue, and fiery orange.

Nicola López
American, b. 1975
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With an anthropologist’s eye, Nicola López draws upon cartography and uses printmaking, drawing, collage, and installation to create maps of the physical and psychological experience of contemporary cityscapes. López sees these landscapes as saturated with signs of contemporary life: speed, mobility, technology. “My work incorporates these signs,” she explains, “exaggerating and reconfiguring them in order to build maps that convey the sense of wonder and vertigo that is inevitable as we face the landscape of today’s world.” López’s compositions pulse with energy, as delicately rendered, jumbled masses of chords, armatures, pipes, wires, construction fencing, beams, and concrete columns fill her works on paper, bursting off the page. Her site-specific installations, like Landscape X: Under Construction (2011) for the Guggenheim, New York, enclose viewers in an industrial dreamscape, a reference both ethereal and literal to the world outside the museum’s doors.

Glen Baldridge
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Alex Dodge
b. 1977
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PULLED IN BROOKLYN BENEFIT PRINT PORTFOLIO, 2019

Screenprint
30 × 22 × 2 in
76.2 × 55.9 × 5.1 cm
Edition of 60
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,500
Ships from New York, NY, US
Shipping: $150 domestic, $300 rest of world
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
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