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Nicole Eisenman: Prince

Nicole Eisenman: Prince focuses on Eisenman’s inventive experimentation and deep engagement with printmaking since 2010. Celebrated for her painting and, more recently, her work in sculpture, Eisenman has also produced a significant body of prints spanning lithographs, etchings, woodcuts, and monotypes. These works evidence the voracious range of references, imagery, and styles for which the artist is known. They also show how Eisenman has pushed these mediums, engaging materials, surfaces, and mark making in unexpected ways. Made in close collaboration with the New York–based print workshops Harlan & Weaver, Jungle Press, and 10 Grand Press, the works in Prince demonstrate how printmaking has been a generative space for experimentation within Eisenman’s broader practice.

Nicole Eisenman: Prince was originally organized by Loretta Yarlow at the University Museum of Contemporary Art at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. The presentation at Print Center New York is organized by Jenn Bratovich and Judy Hecker.

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