Before the founding of
Tamarind Institute in 1960,
the art of lithography
was almost lost...
Located on the 2nd Floor.
Admission is always free
and open to the public
Monday—Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Dedicated to training the
next generation of fine
Help us to preserve and promote
the art of lithography worldwide.
All donations are tax deductable.
This exquisite corpse includes 18 lithographs drawn by visiting artists over the past fifteen years:
José Bedia, Untitled (2002)
Larry Brown, Untitled (2001)
Nick Cave, Untitled (2015)
Elena Climent, Untitled (2001)
Suzi Davidoff, Untitled (2000)
Andrea Dezsö, Alien Chick (2000)
Victor G. Goler, Untitled (2000)
Yoshimi Hayashi, Untitled (2002)
Gendron Jensen, bear breasted (2014)
Hung Liu, Untitled (2000)
Enrique Martínez Celaya, Untitled (2014)
Toyin Odutola, Untitled (2014)
Osmeivy Ortega Pacheco, Untitled (2015)
Liliana Porter, Untitled (2000)
Hayal Pozanti, Untitled (2002)
Robert Pruitt, Benin Head (2014)
Mary Snowden, Untitled (2000)
William Wiley, Slightly Ahead of the Seasons (2001)
Paper sizes for each edition are approximately 8 1/2 x 11 inches, with up to 1/6 of an inch difference, on varying types of paper. Please inquire for more details.