Aim & Scope
Art in Print is a nonprofit organization founded in 2011 to provide a venue for critical and scholarly writing about artist’s prints, both historical and contemporary, and to provide a central resource for print information, news, and events. It produces original content published six times yearly in a printed journal and on its website, Artinprint.org. Each issue includes feature articles and reviews of recent books, exhibitions and new editions, written by an international array of scholars, artists, and critics. In addition, each issue includes the most recent winner of the Prix de Print, our bimonthly printmaking competition, as well as timely listings of gallery, museum, print shop, and market news and events. Artinprint.org also offers a worldwide calendar of print events; resources on the history, making, and collecting of prints; and a regularly updated blog, the INKBlog. Art in Print is supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, The Dedalus Foundation, The Samuel H. Kress Foundation, The IFPDA Foundation, The Schwab Charitable Trust, The California Community Foundation, Arts and Business Council of Chicago, as well as individual donors.
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