A selection of screenprints from Josef Albers’ Gray Instrumentation II portfolio of 1975 is on display now in the International galleries at the National Gallery of Australia. Here we look back at Albers’s relentless investigation of shades grey and share the poetry that interleaved the portfolio
Teraoka’s work in both paint and print is distinctive for bringing together the precise and contained style of traditional Japanese woodblock prints, or ukiyo-e, with surprising and often humorous elements of contemporary western life and American pop culture
A memorial service to celebrate the life of John Hutcheson will be held at on Saturday August 27th at 1pm in the University of North Florida Fine Arts Center Recital Hall to be followed by a reception in the Printmaking Studio.
This week we noticed New York artist Deborah Kass’s satirical political print ‘Vote Hillary’ which, like the Andy Warhol work it references, belongs to a long tradition of political pictorial satire in the US.
It is with heartfelt sadness that we share the news of Master Printer John Hutcheson’s death. John worked at Tyler Graphics for over sixteen years, from 1975–1978 and then from September 1987 until the workshop closed in March 2001. John was a key member of the team as a printer, papermaker and Tyler’s ‘right-hand’ …
The art world mourns the loss of American abstractionist Ellsworth Kelly, who passed away on 27 December 2015 at the age of 92.
We are very excited to announce that our new show Behind the scenes: Tyler Graphics at work is now open! The exhibition presents elaborate graphic artworks from a diverse range of artists in the context of their making.
Objects Conservator Sarah Mchugh shares with us the painstaking process of treating Profile Airflow, which took two years to complete