Cade Tompkins Projects focuses on contemporary art, featuring work by emerging artists as well as mid-career and established artists in various mediums including painting, sculpture, video, drawing, installation, printmaking, and photography. Clients range from major museums to new collectors as well as corporations, hospitals, and seasoned art connoisseurs. She is interested in finding art for clients at all levels of collecting. Cade Tompkins has been a contemporary art dealer for over 30 years. Her gallery opened in September 2009 and to date has featured over 45 exhibitions by represented artists. Tompkins graduated from the Appraisal Studies in Art program at the Rhode Island School of Design. She studied mass communications at Emerson College and art history at Boston University. Cade Tompkins Projects has exhibited gallery artists at Master Drawings New York 2018 and 2020; Art in an Airstream during the IFPDA Print Fair 2016; SPRING/BREAK Art Show (2016-2020); and the E/AB Fair (2006-2013). Cade Tompkins is a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA); Candidate Member of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA); ArtTable, the national professional organization advancing leadership of women in the visual arts; and a sustaining member of the Association of Print Scholars (APS).
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Allison Bianco: Forget About It
We are pleased to present new prints by Allison Bianco. The prints in this exhibition use a combination of intaglio and screen print. Through the shifting coastal scenes, Bianco delves into nostalgia, humor, and the inconsistency of memory.
reduction woodcut on 12 pieces of handmade Awagami washi kosho misumatsu paper mounted on 3 scrolls
edition of 5
Time...though ceaseless lackey to eternity
80 x 166 inches
woodcut, rubbing, colored pencil, drawing on handmade Kozo and Abaca paper
Alberi: Site Specific
10 x 8 inches each
suite of 12 etchings on Fabriano Tiepolo paper in handmade portfolio
edition of 7
30 x 42 inches
10 x 22 inches
intaglio, screen print, hot foil stamp
edition of 7
Deli bag and lottery ticket (Gutter Punk with his dogs)
40 x 30 inches
Max Van Pelt
Donnamaria Bruton Estate
Thomas Sgouros Estate
Walter Addison Estate