Crown Point Press | REPRESENT THE WORK

Five new etchings by Matt Mullican June 3 – August 31, 2021 Represent the Work: Five new etchings by Matt MullicanCrown Point Press In-Person Viewing:20 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105, USA Virtual Viewing:https://crownpoint.com/exhibition/representthework/ Crown Point Press announces the release of five new color etchings by Matt Mullican. “Represent the work. This is my work. That’s […]

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Five new etchings by Matt Mullican


  • fine art print by crown point press artist: REPRESENT THE WORK, Logo, 2020. Color aquatint with hard ground and soft ground etching. Edition 16. All five etchings shown here measure 51½-x-35½-inches on a 56-x-40-inch sheet and were printed by Courtney Sennish.
  • fine art print published by crown point press by artist REPRESENT THE WORK, Alphabet. Aquatint with hard ground etching printed in yellow and black. Edition 8.
  • fine art print REPRESENT THE WORK, Charts. Aquatint with soft ground and hard ground etching printed in yellow and black. Edition 8.
  • fine art print REPRESENT THE WORK, Person and Place. Aquatint with soft ground and hard ground etching printed in yellow and black. Edition 8.
  • fine art print REPRESENT THE WORK, I Love to Work for Truth and Beauty. Aquatint with sugar lift aquatint, soft ground and hard ground etching printed in yellow and black. Edition 8.

June 3 – August 31, 2021

Represent the Work: Five new etchings by Matt Mullican
Crown Point Press

In-Person Viewing:
20 Hawthorne Street San Francisco, CA 94105, USA

Virtual Viewing:
https://crownpoint.com/exhibition/representthework/


Crown Point Press announces the release of five new color etchings by Matt Mullican. “Represent the work. This is my work. That’s what this is,” Mullican said during his first project at Crown Point Press in early January, 2020. The work is presented in the five large prints that he completed during two weeks in the Crown Point studio. 

Mullican uses signs, symbols and colors as a system of order to illustrate the relationship between the actual world and its representation, and to make sense of the world that is around us. Since the 1970s, he has created a body of work encompassing drawings, collage, photography, rubbings, sculpture, prints, and installations. The Crown Point Gallery exhibition includes the artist’s preparatory drawings, working proofs and ephemera presented together with the five new etchings in a layout designed by Mullican.

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