Manhattan Graphics Center presents "Unbounded," an exhibition of 67 prints by 53 artists at HOLLAR Gallery, Prague, September 18-October 13, 2013.
"The field of printmaking encompasses a wide range of techniques and methods. Likewise, the Manhattan Graphic Center community is made up of a diverse group of artists that bring a broad range of talents, abilities and levels of experience to their selected mediums. In jurying “Unbounded,” an attempt was made to reflect the community’s dedication to the multifaceted language of printmaking and the numerous expressive capabilities inherent in each technique. Works were selected on the basis of the convincing and forceful manner in which they revealed the potential of their respective mediums." Jane Kent, NYC, June 2013
“Unbounded” represents the culmination of an artistic exchange begun in April 2012 between Manhattan Graphics Center, a 30 year old studio and school devoted to the fine art of print-making, and Hollar Gallery, a contemporary printmaking organization founded in Prague in 1917.
Located at Smetanovo nábřeží 995/6, 110 00 Praha, Hollar Gallery is open daily, except Monday, from 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm.
The artists included are Anneli Arms, Mildred Beltré, Noa Bornstein, Kit Callahan, Douglas Collins, Danielle De Mers, Monika de Vries Gohlke, Robin Dintiman, Francis Dosne, Tina Eisenbeis, Kirsten Flaherty, Beth Ganz, Joan Greenfield, Edgar Hartley, Nicholas Hill, Donald Hillel, Jay Judge, Jane Kent, Matthias Kern, Vijay Kumar, Katerina Kyselica, Daniel Labovitz, Chrissy Lloyd, Luanda Lozano, Franco Marinai, Liz Marraffino, Meredith Mayer, Erin McMahon, Judy Mensch, Frederick Mershimer, Marjorie Miller, Ruth Moscovitch, Don Nicoulin, Margaret Nussbaum, Sarah Plimpton, Tara Sabharwal, Marc Shanker, Carolyn Sheehan, Larry Schulte, Sigrid Sperzel, Louis Spitalnick, Thomas Stavovy, David Storey, Lisa Studier, Yasuyo Tanaka, George Tsalikis, Gwenn Thomas, William C. Tucker, Richard Turnbull, Angela Valeria, Michèle Van De Roer, William Waitzman, Matthew F. Wilson.