Don’t miss this upcoming print exhibition at
The Taft Museum of Art:
Impressions and Improvisations,
The Prints of Romare Bearden
January 27 – April 29, 2012
“A twentieth-century master of
collage and printmaking, Romare Bearden (1911–1988)
was also arguably that century’s most influential
African American artist. This is the first exhibition
to focus on Bearden’s printmaking alone.
It includes 75 vividly colored graphic works—etchings,
engravings, aquatints, lithographs,
collagraphs, screenprints, photo projections,
and monotypes—all created over a span of thirty years.
The exhibition also features some
working print plates and proofs that
reveal the artist’s creative process.”
Check the Taft Museum website here
for more information.
Printmaker Terrence Hammond will
give a gallery talk on Feb. 24 at 1:30 PM.
Printmaker April Foster, professor of
printmaking at the Art Academy of Cincinnati,
will also be doing a gallery talk,
Friday, March 23 at 1:30 PM.
(check the Taft website for gallery talk reservation info)
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