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Printed in Cuba

The Fine Art Printmaking Departments hosts the exhibition Printed in Cuba at the 688 Sutter Gallery

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The Printmaking Department will host an exhibition from the international project Edition/Basel entitled Printed in Cuba.  The exhibition is the result of a collaborative project executed by 17 artists from the United States, Switzerland, and Cuba, during April of 2017.  The artists worked out of the Taller Experimental de Gráfica de La Habana in Havana, Cuba.  This international project focusing on cross cultural collaboration includes four Academy of Art Faculty Members: Carrie Ann Plank, Director of Fine Art Printmaking, Megan Adie, Printmaking Studio Manager, Lian Ng, Graphic Design Faculty and Barry Ebner, Printmaking Faculty.

Here Aqui Hier

 

Here Aqui Hier

Collaborative piece by Fine Art Printmaking Director, Carrie Ann Plank, Cuban artist Janette Brossard, and Swiss artists Margarit Lehmann and Sadhyo Niederberger

The exhibition runs from October 3rd through 31st at the 688 Sutter Gallery. The opening reception is Thursday, October 5th from 5:30-7:30pm

Cuba meets USA meets Switzerland. PRINTED IN CUBA is an initiative by Margarit Lehmann (Switzerland) in cooperation with Aliosky Gracía (Cuba) and Lian Ng (USA). It is an experiment of artistic and sociopolitical dimensions: not Cuban art in America or Swiss art in Cuba, but joint work in a tri-national cooperation. The project brought together 19 printmakers from Cuba, USA and Switzerland to collaborate on a collection of unique prints using lithography, collagraphy, etching, pressure and relief printing techniques. The artists created layers on the same print in response to each other to result in a finished piece that does not represent a singular artist but of a collective whole. The artists participated in the project are: Alejandro Sainz (Cuba), Aliosky García (Cuba), Andreas Frick (Switzerland), Barry Ebner (USA),