Our current show One of One is featured in the latest Artsy editorial
The show’s title, “One of One,” refers to an essential fact of these types of printmaking—the idea that every print is unique, an edition of one. Monotyping involves applying paint or ink to one surface, overlaying it with a sheet of paper, and passing it through a press; a monoprint, in contrast, typically employs an etched plate. But in both processes, there are countless factors that can affect the outcome. Several of the artists featured in “One of One” speak to this element of chance in their practices.