International Print Center New York (IPCNY)

International Print Center New York is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of fine art prints.

ABOUT IPCNY

International Print Center New York (IPCNY) is New York’s flagship non-profit arts institution dedicated to the innovative presentation of prints by emerging, established, national, and international artists. Founded in 2000, the print center is a vibrant hub and exhibition space located in New York’s Chelsea gallery district. IPCNY’s artist-centered approach engages the medium in all its varied potential, and includes guest-curated exhibitions that present dynamic, new scholarship as well as biannual New Prints open calls for work created in the last twelve months. A lively array of public programs engages audiences more deeply with the works on display. A 501(c)(3) institution, IPCNY depends on foundation, government, and individual support, as well as members’ contributions to fund its programs.

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UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Living in America: An Exhibition in Four Acts
From Outrage to Action in Art
Curated by Assembly Room
In-Person at IPCNY September 30—December 19, 2020

IPCNY announces Living in America: An Exhibition in Four Acts, an online and in-person exhibition curated by Assembly Room that unfolds over the course of the fall season. Organized into four thematic “acts”—Outrage, Love, Hope, and CareLiving in America explores the transformative power of art in times of crises.

Featuring artists Mildred Beltré, Vanessa German, Mark Thomas Gibson, Elektra KB, Yashua Klos, Narsiso Martinez, Azikiwe Mohammed, Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Africanus Okokon, Karen J. Revis, Swoon, William Villalongo, and Dáreece J. Walker. Living in America presents a wide range of practices and spotlights the relevance and adaptability of print formats during political upheaval and resistance.

New work is shown here for the first time by Elektra KB, Yashua Klos, Azikiwe Mohammed, and Africanus Okokon, as well as a site-specific stencil installation by Nontsikelelo Mutiti.

Plan your in-person visit at www.ipcny.org/visit 


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  1. Installation view, IPCNY.
  2. Installation view, IPCNY.
  3. Installation view, IPCNY.
  4. Installation view, IPCNY.
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Director

Judy Hecker

Hours

Tue-Sat 11-6

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