APS is a group for print enthusiasts that brings together the diverse print community: curators, collectors, academics, graduate students, artists, paper conservators, critics, independent scholars, and dealers. APS’s goals are to facilitate dialogue among its members and encourage innovative print scholarship.

Recent News

Callot. Graphische Monumente

Thomas Köllhofer.
Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany. 09/14/2018- 11/25/2018.
Exhibiting artist(s): Jacques Callot.

Woodblock Prints from Postwar Japan

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL, United States. 11/18/2018- 05/05/2019.

Grande Decorazione: Italian Monumental Painting in Prints – Works from three centuries

Annibale Carraci, Carol Cesi, Pietro da Cortona, Andrea Mantegna, Marcantonio Raimondi, Giulio Romano, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, etc..
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany. 10/13/2018- 01/06/2019.

Recent Scholarship

Clare Pollard, Kiyoko Hanaoka. Plum Blossom & Green Willow: Japanese Surimono Poetry Prints from the Ashmolean Museum. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum Publications, 2018.
David S. Areford. "Print Trouble: Notes on a Medium In Between." In From Minor to Major: The Minor Arts in Medieval Art History, edited by Colum Hourihane. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press , 2012: 229-254.
David S. Areford. "Multiplying the Sacred: The Fifteenth-Century Woodcut as Reproduction, Surrogate, Simulation." In The Woodcut in Fifteenth-Century Europe, edited by Peter Parshall. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 2009: 119-153.

APS Highlights

APS Announces Speakers for Upcoming CAA Panel – “Coloring Print: Reproducing Race Through Material, Process, and Language” (NY, 15 Feb 2019)


Announcing the 2018 Winner of the Schulman & Bullard Article Prize

Rebecca Capua, Associate Paper Conservator, The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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