Part 1: Photographs and Sculpture March 18 - April 24, 2010
Part 2: Prints and Sculpture May 1 - June 12, 2010
Carolina Nitsch is pleased to present a Ten Year survey show of editions published since 2000. The first part features photographs and sculpture and the second part will feature prints and sculpture.
Included in the show’s first part, on display until April 24th, is Carolee Schneemann’s seminal photo portfolio “Interior Scroll”; Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photographic object “La Boite en Bois” mounted between glass; Ed Ruscha’s “Five views from the panhandle”; The Whitney Museum 75th Anniversary photo portfolio with photos by Richard Prince, Jeff koons, Nan Goldin and Cindy Sherman; A large installation of newspaper clippings of the German soccer star Ballack by Olaf Nicolai; and a suite of camera obscura images of Venice by Vera Lutter. Also on view are sculptures by Richard Artschwager, E.V. Day, Richard Dupont and Alyson Shotz.
Many of the works are in public and private collections around the world and they are shown together for the first time in this retrospective of the gallery’s ten years of publishing editioned projects. Carolina Nitsch specializes in drawings and editions, including prints and monotypes, multiples, photographs, artist books and installations. She actively publishes editions with a growing roster of international artists, ranging from traditional etching on paper or silkscreen to large installations. Our aim in publishing is to encourage the artist to explore new possibilities that stretch the boundaries of printmaking per se and thus we work with many different printers and fabricators to achieve the most innovative and original quality. Furthermore, we publish editions for institutions including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation.