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GraphicstudioUncommon Practice at USF

Published by GILES in association with the Tampa Museum of Art

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Published — (UK and USA)

Dimensions — 172 pages, 280 x 240 mm (9½ x 11 in), portrait

Illustrations — 125 colour

Format — Hardback

Price — UK£29.95/US$44.95

ISBN — 978-1-907804-35-9

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Features works by major artists who have been hosted at Graphicstudio since the late ‘60s, including Jia Aili, Alice Aycock, Louise Bourgeois, Chuck Close, Jim Dine, Keith Edmier, Alex Katz, Guillermo Kuitca, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Mapplethorpe, Philip Pearlstein, Robert Rauschenberg and James Rosenquist.

Incorporates “case studies” on major projects at GS since 1991 (when the founder Donald Saff left), including those by Janina Tschäpe, Trisha Brown, Christian Marclay, Vik Muniz, and Allan McCollum, which show how artists develop ideas and work with the printmakers at GS.

The range of artworks work includes etchings, photo- and direct gravures, inkjets, cyanotypes, lithographs, woodcuts and screen prints, as well as sculpture in bronze, concrete, basalt and cast epoxy resin.

Exhibition opens February 1, 2014 at Tampa Museum of Art with further venues tbc

About the Book

Graphicstudio: Uncommon Practice at USF explores the incredible body of art from Graphicstudio (GS), the print atelier at the University of South Florida that has housed artists including Louise Bourgeois, Jim Dine, Alex Katz and Roy Lichtenstein. Founded in 1968, the studio has developed an international reputation and work produced at GS can now be found in private and museum collections across the US and throughout Europe.

Through interviews with seven artists and printmakers, author Jade Dellinger examines a number of key GS projects. These illustrated case studies show how the ideas for works came about and the unique process and approach of GS and its printmakers in collaborating with artists in the development of unique works of art. The volume also features four illustrated interviews with the current and past GS directors, including Alan Eaker, Margaret A. Miller and Hank Hine and former GS master printer Tom Pruitt.

About the Author(s)

Jade Dellinger is an independent curator who has organized major solo museum shows for such artists as Allan McCollum, Ann Hamilton & Andrew Deutsch, Atelier Van Lieshout, Carlos Amorales, Janaina Tschäpe, Keith Haring, and The Art Guys. His most recent curatorial projects “Things Not Seen Before: A Tribute to John Cage” and “John Cage’s 33-1/3 – Performed by Audience” were presented at the Tampa Museum of Art, Tempus Projects and at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at Edison State College in Ft. Myers, Florida in 2012, before traveling to the National Gallery of Art-Tbilisi, Georgia.