Plants in Prints

Guest Curated Print Exhibition – Plants in Prints

Paul Limperopulos, Co-Director of Benefit Print Project

Plants in Prints – Images of nature are nothing new. Prehistoric examples survive, and the ancient world enjoyed producing them, too (to the chagrin of Plato, who found such things particularly vexing). Artists throughout the subsequent millennia have created enduring works that transcend time and place and remain popular. For Polly Apfelbaum, Karl Bohrmann, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Mark Dion, Peter Doig, Yayoi Kusama, Marc Quinn, and Doug + Mike Starn, nature continues to be a source of inspiration.

ACRIA | Big Bamboo | Mike & Doug Starn | Plants in Prints

ACRIA | Big Bamboo | Mike & Doug Starn

 

OPUS | Winter Garden I | Marc Quinn | Plants in Prints

OPUS | Winter Garden I | Marc Quinn

 

SIMS REED GALLERY (IFPDA) | Country Rock | Peter Doig | Plants in Prints

SIMS REED GALLERY (IFPDA) | Country Rock | Peter Doig

 

ASPINWALL EDITIONS | Untitled | Karl Bohrmann

ASPINWALL EDITIONS | Untitled | Karl Bohrmann

 

TAMARIND INSTITUTE (IFPDA) | Rainbow Love Mountain Ranch, New Mexico | Polly Apfelbaum

TAMARIND INSTITUTE (IFPDA) | Rainbow Love Mountain Ranch, New Mexico | Polly Apfelbaum

 

OPUS | Behind the Succulent Plant | Jean-Marc Bustamante

OPUS | Behind the Succulent Plant | Jean-Marc Bustamante

 

MARLBOROUGH FINE ART (IFPDA) | Flowers 2 | Yayoi Kusama

MARLBOROUGH FINE ART (IFPDA) | Flowers 2 | Yayoi Kusama

 

GRAPHICSTUDIO (IFPDA) | Herbarium (Set of 7 Images) | Mark Dion

GRAPHICSTUDIO (IFPDA) | Herbarium (Set of 7 Images) | Mark Dion

 

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