October 15 – November 12, 2022
1419 E Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90011
Celebrating 60 years, Los Angeles Printmaking Society presents the 22nd National, a state of the art survey of printmaking
Since 1973, The National Print Exhibition has been a prestigious national open call print exhibition presented by the Los Angeles Printmaking Society. The National is a presentation of excellence and achievement in the field of contemporary printmaking. 2022 will mark the 60th year of the organization.
Opening Reception: 2:00pm to 5:00pm, October 15th, 2022
Preview and Awards Event: 1:00pm to 2:00pm, October 15th, 2022
Nesanet Abegaze, Renee Amitai, Kathy Aoki, John Babcock, Peter Baczek, Nina Barnett, Sandra Beard, Susan Belau, Adelaide Blair, Lisa Bulawsky, Elizabeth Busey, Gino Castellanos, Liz Chalfin, Kris Chau, Jennifer Chen, Phillip Chen, Esther Delaquis-Baidoo, Beth Dorsey, Tallmadge Doyle, Kirstin Dunlap, Jessica Dunne, April Flanders, Betty Friedman, Connor Furr, Donald Furst, Rozanne Hermelyn Di Silvestro, Vivian Hordes, Beth Howe, Ann Johnson, Joyce Watkins King, Christopher Latil, Amanda Lee,
Eddy Lopez, Linda Lyke, Colin Lyons, Poli Marichal, Katherine McDowell, Joseph Moore, Jameson Mulac, Jenene Nagy, Indrani Nayar-Gall, Gail Panske, Dora Lisa Rosenbaum, Aric Russom, Sarah Sanford, Catherine Sollman, Brooke Stewart, Toru Sugita, David Tim, Nicholas Tisdale, Noriho Uriu, Cathy Weiss, Donna Westerman and Linda Whitney
An inspiring young artist who creates language-based work between Los Angeles and Ghana. She received an MFA from YALE, several notable awards and residencies, worked at Gemini GEL and currently teaches art at Occidental College. Recently she had a solo show at Jeffrey Deitch NYC. She has been selected to participate in a large scale permanent installation, “Sonder” as part of the new Crenshaw/LAX LA Metro line.
Los Angeles Printmaking is honoring two influential and empowering LA artists whose passionate and powerful visions have transformed the history of contemporary art. Using printmaking as a bridge for their dynamic expressions in installation and assemblage, they have provided inspiration for printmaking and opened new territories for art to explore.
Excellence is the theme for the 22nd National along with our Juror, our Honorees and our venue host, Mixografia, all notable for their explorations of the possibility and potential of printmaking as a multi-dimensional art form, we hope to encourage artists everywhere to likewise challenge and explore their own creations.