September 30 – October 29, 2022
Stand Out Prints
912 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN, 55408
Public opening reception: Friday, September 30th from 7 – 9 PM
Stand Out Prints is a melting pot of technique and imagery, from geometric abstraction to portraiture and just about everything in between. Juried shows always offer a fabulous sampling of contemporary image making and there is something in this show for every art lover.
Artist Talk with juror and artist, William Villalongo at Highpoint: Oct 15th, 6-7 PM
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Highpoint Center for Printmaking is pleased to announce the opening of Stand Out Prints, our fifth biennial international juried print exhibition. This installment features print works made by 60 artists from around the globe. The exhibition showcases outstanding examples of contemporary printmaking while truly celebrating the breadth of the medium from traditional/old school to pioneering approaches that incorporate post-digital techniques. Scale, subject matter, and technique vary widely but all the exhibited work is Stand Out worthy.
Artists Include: Curtis Bartone, Shirley Bernstein, Lynnette Black, Douglas Bosley, M Sherwood Brock, Kristin Casaletto, Gino Castellanos, Ruben Castillo, Marika Christofides, Madison Cooper, John Costin, Robert Creighton, Maren Curtis, Michael DalCerro, Andrew DeCaen, Beth Dorsey, Meryl Engler, Shelley Gipson, Ellen Heck, Nicholas Hill, Sophia Isaak, Catherine Kernan, Brian Lathan, Amanda Lee, Emily Legleitner, Kathryn Lesh, Daniel Luedtke, Joseph Lupo, Brett Lysne, Elizabeth MacMillian, Jon Mahnke, Sari Majander, Leanna McAlpine, Emmett Merrill, Erin Miller, Erin Moore, Lisa Nebenzahl, Mary Ott, Gwen Partin, Princess Rashid, Jacoub Reyes, Mark Rice, Kat Richards, Alethea Richter, Nicholas Ruth, Nicole Simpkins, Mei Lam So, Catherine Sollman, Junli Song, Valerie Syposz, Taro Takizawa, Brett Taylor, R.L. Tillman, Nicholas Tisdale, Joshua Unikel, Patrick Vincent, Jade Williams, Ernie Wood, Stephanie Wright, Nanette Wylde.
About the Juror: William Villalongo lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He was born in 1975 in Hollywood, FL, and raised in the town of Bridgeton, NJ. He received his BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and his MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Villalongo’s creative output involves studio practice, writing, and curatorial projects. His figurative paintings on paper and sculptures are concerned with representing the Black subject against notions of race and explore metaphors for mythology, way-finding, and liberation. Critically acclaimed curatorial projects such as American Beauty at Susan Inglett Gallery in 2013 and Black Pulp! Touring nationally between 2016-2018 explores the intersections of politics, history, and art. Villalongo is the recipient of the prestigious Louis
Comfort Tiffany Award and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptor’s Grant.