Erik Parker: Still Life with Public Enemy
Robert Mangold: Framed Square with Open Center A
Robert Mangold: Framed Square with Open Center B
Arturo Herrera: Richard
Leonardo Drew: 17P
Barnaby Furnas: The Whaler
Chuck Close: Self-Portrait Screenprint 2012
Barnaby Furnas: The Whalers
Nicola López: Structural Detour 12 (Detritus Emerges From A Writhing Pile of Big Tubes)
Wangechi Mutu: The Original Nine Daughters
Shepard Fairey: Imperial Glory
Emilio Perez: Magic Brother
Emilio Perez: Give Me A Sign
Recent Editions
June 6, 2013 - August 23, 2013
32 East 57th Street

Pace Prints is pleased to present a survey of recent editions and monoprints by Leonardo Drew, Shepard Fairey, Barnaby Furnas, Jane Hammond, Arturo Herrera, Nicola López, Erik Parker and Emilio Perez. This exhibition demonstrates a variety of exciting collaborations with Pace Editions’ printers, resulting in myriad creative uses of contemporary printmaking methods.

Leonardo Drew’s three-dimensional works in paper are the culmination of extensive experimentation within the medium of paper pulp.

Shepard Fairey’s Imperial Glory and Power images are two prints that both pay homage to Lichtenstein’s style while referencing issues of the military industrial complex.

Barnaby Furnas, collaborating with Pace Editions master printer Bill Hall, created the prints The Whaler and The Whalers, which are inspired by Herman Melville’s Moby Dick and the biblical story of Jonah and the Whale.

Jane Hammond used relief printing, linoleum block printing, etching, digital printing and rubber stamping to create images of figures, animals and various objects to create changing semiotic associations in each collage.

Arturo Herrera created Giuseppe, Johannes and Richard, three mixed-media collages comprised of 50 to 100 separately printed and editioned elements. Employing virtually every type of printmaking technique (etching, aquatint, linocut, letterpress, collagraph, silkscreen and digital pigment printmaking) each print has a literary reference that appears in a cut-out red felt collaged form.

Nicola López is included in this exhibition with one of her recent constructions. Upcoming is her one person exhibition at Pace Prints Chelsea, beginning on April 25, coinciding with the opening of her installation at the Balcony Lounge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Erik Parker has employed his signature iconography and neon palate to create a variety of images in his new monoprints.

Emilio Perez created his unique compositions by layering different combinations of hand-colored screen printed images. On top of these screen prints, Perez then laid a transparent stenciling material that he drew within, to create a dialogue with his printed imagery. Combining these components, he creates compositions of cadence, movement and depth.

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