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A selection of prints that you can expect to see at the INK Miami Art Fair 2023.

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Wave, Burt Barr
Sous Bois, Sebastiaan Bremer
Tree 8, Alex Katz
Untitled (from the series Cassette Tape Duplication), Christian Marclay
Isla Laboratorio O 7 Maravillas (Island Laboratory or 7 Wonders), Ibrahim Miranda
Crops: Mangrove, Robert Rauschenberg
Rendez-Vous, Sebastiaan Bremer
Mirror, Arturo Herrera
Sunrise, Alex Katz
Untitled (from the series Cassette Tape Duplication), Christian Marclay
Pink Window, Robert Rauschenberg
Crops: Peanuts, Robert Rauschenberg
The Sunken Forest, Sebastiaan Bremer
Tree 10, Alex Katz
Cassette Tape Duplication (No. 13), Christian Marclay
Splat, Christian Marclay
Studies For To Have, And Have Not, Duke Riley
Europa, Kiki Smith

A bit about Graphicstudio

Graphicstudio is a university-based atelier engaged in a unique experiment in art and education. Founded in 1968 as a non-profit art-making facility, the studio is committed to research and the application of traditional and new techniques to produce limited edition prints and sculpture multiples. Graphicstudio’s philosophy of providing artists with the freedom to experiment and pursue new directions in their practice, matched with an exceptionally talented faculty and staff, has attracted world-renowned contemporary artists to the University of South Florida (USF) campus in Tampa.


Graphicstudio publishes small editions utilizing a wide range of printmaking techniques such as cyanotype, intaglio, lithography, photogravure, relief, screenprinting, and archival pigment prints. Sculpture multiples are produced using traditional casting and fabrication techniques and more recent techniques of laser and waterjet cutting. Materials range from aluminum, bronze, steel, wood, and rubber, to less traditional mediums including lava (basalt) and pigmented resins.


Graphicstudio has collaborated with over 100 artists from around the world and produced more than 1,000 limited edition print and sculpture multiples at the forefront of contemporary art, with many acquired by leading museums and corporate and private collections worldwide.