Catalog: New Work from the. Printmaker's left
Catalog: New Work from the Printmakers Left
Cressman Center for Visual Arts
100 E Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202
December 3-January 7, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday December 3, 5-8 PM
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The Hite Art Institute is pleased to present Catalog: New Work from the Printmakers Left. On view at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts December 3-January 7, 2022. Catalog brings together the most recent work from The Printmakers Left, a collaborative team working together for twenty years on a series of exhibitions, publications, and installations. Having published the book Hinterlands in 2015—a work which examines our vast, expanding, and strangely overlooked human spaces and landscapes of the 21st century—as a field guide of sorts, The Printmakers left now present their fieldwork: deep studies and sensory explorations of landscape, plant behaviors, native pigments, and the unobvious complexities of the natural and built worlds around us. The work is not about efficiencies or extraction of resources—real and imagined—but rather an inquiry meant to uncover clues, prompts, and guides for how to navigate future environments and extremes.
An opening reception for Catalog will be held Friday December 3, from 5-8 PM at the CCVA. This event is free and open to the public. We hope you will join us!
Artists participating in Catalog include: Anne Beck; David Bendernagel; Berenika Boberska; Maggie Booth; Dana Giacofci Clark ; Patrick Costello; Joshua Dailey; Dean Dass; Kate Daughdrill; Lydia Diemer; Dana Giacofci; Jenny Harp; John Hastings ; Kirsten Hemrich; Emma Lappalainen; John Leahy; Rachel Livedalen; Jyrki Markkanen; Lydia Moyer; Akemi Ohira; John Schulz; Rachel Singel; Marc Snyder; Randall Stoltzfus; Maggie Sullivan; Barbara Campbell Thomas; Christopher Thomas; Annu Vertanen; Adam Wolpa
Images: top: Lydia Diemer, Twin Cinema, collage on found paper, bottom left: the Unmoored Lab installation, bottom right: Christopher Thomas, Maximal Marginalia I, 2019, ink on paper
The fabrication of the Fugitive Botany Laboratory was made possible with the generous support of Professor Cassandra Fraser and the UVa Page Barbour FUGITIVE Workshop, and the National Science Foundation.
The laboratory glassware was kindly gifted by Professor Paul Freedman of UVa.
Finally, The Printmakers Left would like to recognize Lyn Bolen Warren, founder and director of Charlottesville, Virginia’s contemporary art gallery Les Yeux du Monde, for her decades of thoughtful and steadfast support of the arts and of artists. Thank you, Lyn.
 From the collection of his grandfather, David Perlman, who was a professor of chemistry from the 1930s through the 1960s at City College, New York, and whose research in isolating, identifying and applying certain medicinally valuable by-products of vegetable-oil refining led to several patents.