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International Print Center New York

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Help support our artists and programming with your purchases! International Print Center New York (IPCNY) is New York’s flagship non-profit arts institution dedicated to the medium of prints. Located in Chelsea, we are an exhibition space that supports emerging and underrepresented artists and curators, and provides educational programming, all free of charge. 

This dynamic selection includes works by recent Artists in Residence that exhibited in our biannual open-call New Prints exhibitions and were awarded residencies for the creation of new work in IPCNY’s studio space and at EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and Lower East Side Printshop. Additionally, we present Benefit Prints created in conjunction with recent guest-curated exhibitions: an etching and artist’s book by Mark Thomas Gibson on the occasion of Black Pulp! and the commissioned screenprint portfolio Pulled In Brooklyn by artists featured in the exhibition of the same title. 

Thank you for your support!

Contact:  Megan Duffy, Education and Artist Programs Manager
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Artwork

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Banquet
Mark Thomas Gibson, 2016 

Etching and aquatint on Hahnemühle paper Sheet
13 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches
Edition of 35 
$500 unframed
Purchase includes Gibson’s artist’s book Some Monsters Loom Large 

Printed by Burnet Editions, New York, Published by IPCNY

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Some Monsters Loom Large
Mark Thomas Gibson, 2016

Artist’s book (second edition)
13 x 7 1/2 x 1 inches
Edition of 225
$50

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Banquet
Mark Thomas Gibson, 2016 

Etching and aquatint on Hahnemühle paper Sheet
13 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches
Edition of 35 
$500 unframed
Purchase includes Gibson’s artist’s book Some Monsters Loom Large 

Printed by Burnet Editions, New York, Published by IPCNY

PURCHASE

Some Monsters Loom Large
Mark Thomas Gibson, 2016

Artist’s book (second edition)
13 x 7 1/2 x 1 inches
Edition of 225
$50

PURCHASE

Painter and draftsman Mark Thomas Gibson’s first published print, Banquet is a satirical image with references to art history and the culture of comics influenced by social and political context. An etching and aquatint produced in collaboration with master printer Greg Burnet, Banquet fuses evocations of old master engravings of boar’s heads—symbols of ferocity and strength—with Gibson’s contemporary comic book character of the wolf-man, both a hero and a villain. The image depicts the moment, pulled from Gibson’s 320-page artist’s book Some Monsters Loom Large, when the wolf-man is at a banquet and served a head similar to his own. He immediately realizes his friends are more than wolves in sheep’s clothing. Gibson is on view in IPCNY’s current exhibition Living in America: An Exhibition in Four Acts online and in IPCNY’s Chelsea exhibition space.

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98% Perfect Couch
Olivia Fredricks, 2020

Cyanotype on Okawara
16.5 x 20 inches
Unique
$650

Printed by the artist

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Breathing/Building
Olivia Fredricks, 2020 

Silkscreen on mulberry, wire, and fan
72 x 89 inches (variable)
Unique
$1,850

Printed by the artist 

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Butzbach
Mary Gordon, 2020 

Monotype with pronto plate litho
10 x 8 inches 
Unique
$350

Printed by the artist 

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Ring Toss
Mary Gordon, 2020 

Monotype with pronto plate litho
8 x 10 inches
Unique 
$350

Printed by the artist 

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Promise Land
Evgenia Kim, 2020 

Lithography, acrylic paint, embroidery, and inkjet on silk 
42 x 32 inches 
Unique 
$1,500 unframed

Printed by the artist

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Not All Those Heroes
Evgenia Kim, 2020 

Lithography, acrylic paint, embroidery, and inkjet on silk 
45 x 44 1/2 inches 
Unique 
$1,500 unframed

Printed by the artist 

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The Evaluation Of The Rare Owl
Golbanou Moghaddas, 2020

Etching, printed on Japanese Gampi, mounted on Somerset Satin, chine collé 
3 x 3 inches image size
13 x 10 1/2 Inches paper size
Edition of 20 
$400

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Into The Fog’s Embrace
Golbanou Moghaddas, 2020 

Etching, printed on Japanese Gampi, mounted on Somerset Satin, chine collé 
3 x 3 inches image size
13 x 10 1/2 inches paper size
Edition of 20
$400

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A commission of six screenprints by artists Glen Baldridge, Alex Dodge, Charline von Heyl, Nicola López, Sheryl Oppenheim, and Ruby Sky Stiler, all featured in IPCNY's Spring 2019 Pulled In Brooklyn exhibition. 

Edition of 60, maximum dimensions 22 x 30 inches (additional details below). 

Portfolio comes in gray foldover box with screenprinted colophon page. 

Printed by Kayrock Screenprinting, published by IPCNY

Pictured: 

Zonzamas
Charline von Heyl, 2019 

3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet 250gsm
24 x 19 inches

Click here to view the rest of the portfolio and how to purchase.

98% Perfect Couch
Olivia Fredricks, 2020

Cyanotype on Okawara
16.5 x 20 inches
Unique
$650

Printed by the artist

PURCHASE

Breathing/Building
Olivia Fredricks, 2020 

Silkscreen on mulberry, wire, and fan
72 x 89 inches (variable)
Unique
$1,850

Printed by the artist 

PURCHASE

Butzbach
Mary Gordon, 2020 

Monotype with pronto plate litho
10 x 8 inches 
Unique
$350

Printed by the artist 

PURCHASE

Ring Toss
Mary Gordon, 2020 

Monotype with pronto plate litho
8 x 10 inches
Unique 
$350

Printed by the artist 

PURCHASE

Promise Land
Evgenia Kim, 2020 

Lithography, acrylic paint, embroidery, and inkjet on silk 
42 x 32 inches 
Unique 
$1,500 unframed

Printed by the artist

PURCHASE

Not All Those Heroes
Evgenia Kim, 2020 

Lithography, acrylic paint, embroidery, and inkjet on silk 
45 x 44 1/2 inches 
Unique 
$1,500 unframed

Printed by the artist 

PURCHASE

The Evaluation Of The Rare Owl
Golbanou Moghaddas, 2020

Etching, printed on Japanese Gampi, mounted on Somerset Satin, chine collé 
3 x 3 inches image size
13 x 10 1/2 Inches paper size
Edition of 20 
$400

PURCHASE

Into The Fog’s Embrace
Golbanou Moghaddas, 2020 

Etching, printed on Japanese Gampi, mounted on Somerset Satin, chine collé 
3 x 3 inches image size
13 x 10 1/2 inches paper size
Edition of 20
$400

PURCHASE

A commission of six screenprints by artists Glen Baldridge, Alex Dodge, Charline von Heyl, Nicola López, Sheryl Oppenheim, and Ruby Sky Stiler, all featured in IPCNY's Spring 2019 Pulled In Brooklyn exhibition. 

Edition of 60, maximum dimensions 22 x 30 inches (additional details below). 

Portfolio comes in gray foldover box with screenprinted colophon page. 

Printed by Kayrock Screenprinting, published by IPCNY

Pictured: 

Zonzamas
Charline von Heyl, 2019 

3 color screenprint on Somerset Velvet 250gsm
24 x 19 inches

Click here to view the rest of the portfolio and how to purchase.