LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies | Reconfigured Bodies: Contemporary Prints from David Altmejd to Dana Schutz

December 9, 2020 – January 31, 2021 Reconfigured Bodies: Contemporary Prints from David Altmejd to Dana SchutzLeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies Virtual Viewing:https://www.neiman.arts.columbia.edu/reconfigured-bodies The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies has collaborated on editions with several artists who have reconfigured traditional notions of the human body as a means of exploring myth, identity, cultural […]

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Dana Hoey

a pregnant woman smoking a cigarette on horseback in a snow covered field

Dana Hoey, Pregnant Smoker (Destroyed), from Profane Waste, a portfolio of seven prints, 2006

December 9, 2020 – January 31, 2021

Reconfigured Bodies: Contemporary Prints from David Altmejd to Dana Schutz
LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Virtual Viewing:
https://www.neiman.arts.columbia.edu/reconfigured-bodies

The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies has collaborated on editions with several artists who have reconfigured traditional notions of the human body as a means of exploring myth, identity, cultural taboos and personal narratives in images that range from the sublime to the grotesque. The artists represented in this selection have worked primarily in painting and drawing or sculpture and photography yet came to the Neiman Center with the desire to rethink their images in printed form. Their results were wide and varied but stand together in their common interest in the body as an enduring emblem capable of expressing diverse ideas and conveying myriad stories.

December 2020ExhibitionsJanuary 2021LeRoy Neiman Center for Print StudiesNew York NYVirtual