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Jungle Press Editions is a publisher of fine art prints and multiples by internationally renowned contemporary artists. Collaborating with master printer Andrew Mockler in his Gowanus, Brooklyn workshop, each artist is encouraged to develop an experimental approach. Working together in lithography, etching, monoprint, and relief printing, the printer and artist bring the artist's work out of the studio into the realm of printmaking. Printed works from Jungle Press can be found in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, as well as many private and corporate collections. Projects from the press have been awarded grants from foundations and universities, including The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation and Bard College. Jungle Press is dedicated to enlightening the print collecting public through gallery’s talks on artist’s work and symposia on printmaking. The workshop is open for visits by appointment to view prints and the processes behind their making in order that the resulting works can be more fully understood and appreciated.
Contemporary, Publisher of Fine Art Prints
Jacquleine Humphries
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Jacqueline Humphries' paintings and prints challenge our precepts of abstraction. Constantly reinventing the terms of her project, Humphries has explored a wealth of ideas in her long career, and continues to ask questions about how abstraction might be moving forward.
Melissa Meyer
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Melissa Meyer's large abstract paintings, watercolors, prints, and drawings are made up of fields of gestures. With large color wash shapes, she develops a structural space into which the gestural calligraphic marks penetrate or hover, creating a complex color world.
Jill Moser
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Jill Moser's work is generated from a field of gestural marks. In working on these lithoghraphs, Moser experimented with a close value structure in cool and warm grays, then added bold marks to punctuate the surface.
Mark di Suvero
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Mark di Suvero's large scale public sculptures have been exhibited and installed in major cities and collections worldwide.
Yoshishige Furukawa
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Michael Mazur
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Michael Mazur was relentlessly experimental and curious in his work.
Nicole Eisenman
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Nicole Eisenman’s work explores a broad range of human emotion with insight and humor. Delving into the highs and the lows of the psyche, they imagines a complex world where characters embrace love, melancholy, spirituality, appetite and desire.
Jane Freilicher
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Jane Freilicher pursued a distinctive painterly realism for over sixty years.
Sam Messser
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Jennifer Mack Watkins
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Jennifer Mack-Watkins lives and works in New Jersey. Her work in printmaking explores themes of racial identity and history, injustice, and societal conformity related to gender roles.
Peter Hutchinson
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Peter Hutchinson is associated with the conceptual art, earth art, and story art movements of the late 60's and early 70's.
Elena Sisto
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Elena Sisto's cast of characters includes young painters, mythological heros and heroines, favorite children's fairytale pesonalties, all painted and drawn with a master's sense of light and touch

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones, Richard Baker, Laura Battle, Ellen Berkenblit, Ken Buhler, Rudy Burckhardt, Diana Cooper, Elizabeth Cooper, Mark di Suvero, Nicole Eisenman, Gabriele Evertz, Jane Fine, Mary Frank, Jane Freilicher, Yoshishige Furukawa, Ellen Gallagher, Mary Louise Geering, Julie Heffernan, Mary Heilmann, Jacquline Humphries, Peter Hutchinson, February James, Robert Kushner, Rene Lynch

Jennifer Mack Watkins, Jennifer Marshall, Michael Mazur, Sam Messer, Melissa Meyer, Andrew Mockler, Jill Moser, Alesander Oleksyn, Richard Ryan, Katia Santibanez, Elena Sista, Joan Snyder, Willian Steiger, Billy Sullivan, Chuck Webster, Stephen Westfall, and Brian Wood