“I’m a big fan of the strategic misuse of contemporary technology to make art, that can, in some way, interrogate that technology in turn.” —R. Luke DuBois
Tamarind Director Diana Gaston shares why she likes “Other Side of the Moon.”
Michael Krueger shares about his Tamarind collaboration creating his lithograph “Other Side of the Moon”
References for students of lithography compiled by Tamarind Master Printer and Educational Director Brandon Gunn.
Master Printer/Workshop Manager Valpuri Remling talks about the collaboration with Michael Krueger while creating his lithograph “Other Side of the Moon”
Hayal Pozanti packs a lot into a title. Her encoded forms carry grim statistics about the environment and our consumption of resources. Reflecting on this project on this unusually quiet Earth Day seems a fitting way to mark the occasion.
We caught up with Michael Krueger at his home in Lawrence, Kansas, during the COVID-19 confinement to hear his thoughts about printmaking. As we experienced during his residency at Tamarind in 2018, Krueger brings humor and a deep knowledge of printmaking to his studio practice.
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Class of 2019-2020 Printer Training Program students and portfolio. Contact Tamarind immediately if you would like to purchase a portfolio.
Join Tamarind at Art on Paper New York, March 5 — 8, 2020 Opening Night Preview Thursday, March 5 Public Days Friday, March 6 — Sunday, March 8 Booth #B1 Pier 36 NYC 299 South St. New York, NY 10002 Fair info at thepaperfair.com/ny. New editions alongside favorites by...
Inspired by the momentum of the City initiative Tipping Points for Creatives, this project at Tamarind will engage artists who are ready to expand their practice to include collaborative printmaking. For many artists, the opportunity to collaborate with Tamarind’s highly skilled printers yields new thinking about their creative practice and builds new international audiences for their work, essentially tipping local professional artists into the next phase of their career and into new markets.
January 14 – May 16, 2020
In Tree Line: Edge and Energy of Habitat, artists depict trees in natural environments, in human-made settings, as commodities, as spiritual energy, and in the reaches of our imagination.
A blog following Valpuri Remling as she experiences a Cassilhaus residency.
Judy Chicago born in 1939 in Chicago, Illinois This summer, feminist icon, artist, writer, and educator Judy Chicago was in the workshop collaborating with Master Printer Valpuri Remling on a special edition for the Collectors Club. The eleven-color lithograph she...
Tamarind Institute invites applications from artists working in all media to propose a project with its skilled student printers. During the spring semester, four artists will be selected to participate in two-week residencies in the workshop, each working with...
Garo was an anchor for Tamarind and for so many in the print community around the world. Since his role as Tamarind’s first technical director and master printer at Tamarind Lithography Workshop, he never stopped mentoring and inspiring artists and printmakers around the world. He will be greatly missed, and always celebrated.
Tamarind Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Nancy Zastudil as the new gallery director at Tamarind Institute. Nancy will officially acquire her new title on October 29, 2018, though she is currently representing Tamarind at the Fine Art Print Fair in...
Parasites, Prosthetics, Parallels, and Partners is an exhibition of large scale monoprint collages and editioned works Nicola López created in the spring of 2017 when she returned to Tamarind for her fourth artist residency with the workshop. Gathering the artist’s...