“Look Again: ACM Collection inspires The Boston Printmakers”
LOOK AGAIN IN THE JULY/AUGUST 2015 ARTSCOPE MAGAZINE
The Art Complex Museum (ACM) has a rich, comprehensive print collection. The collection formed by Carl and Edith Weyerhaeuser encompasses seventeenth century Dutch etchings and engravings, including Rembrandt’s Descent from the Cross by Torchlight, as well as modern Japanese, American and European nineteenth and twentieth century etchings, engravings, woodcuts, wood engravings, lithographs, and drypoint; and contemporary prints in a variety of techniques purchased by the Boston Printmakers for the museum collection. The Boston Printmakers and Art Complex Museum have collaborated on dozens of projects since the 1970s. The initial relationship was through Ture Bengtz, who was a founder of The Boston Printmakers in 1947 and the first director of the Art Complex Museum.
We are delighted to work exclusively with ACM on this regenerative exhibition showcasing the astute talent, tradition and innovation among our members. For this collaborative exhibition, ACM’s contemporary curator Craig Bloodgood and collections manager Maureen Wengler have selected 42 works for response pieces to be created by members of The Boston Printmakers. The selection is available to view or download as a PDF HERE. Please use ID number of the ACM print to indicate your selection(s) and submit a description of media you intend to use in your response work (see Entry Procedure).
Juror Panel: The Executive Board of the Boston Printmakers
Exhibition Site: Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden Street, Duxbury, MA 02332
Exhibition Dates: May 17th – September 6, 2015
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 17, 2015, 1:30-3:30pm
Panel Discussion: Thursday, May 28, 2015, 10:30 am coffee, 11 am presentation by 5 BP artists: Monique Martin, Sid Hurwitz, Liz Chalfin, Jon Cartledge & Lynn Peterfreund. Artists will bring some of their materials, ie, printing blocks, stencils etc, and speak about their inspired response & their printmaking process.
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