This week the 27th Salon du Dessin is open in Paris: a very good excuse to take a trip to France. Not only is the Palais Brongniart hosting almost 40 galleries from all over Europe+NYC, but other events are planned too, including conferences and the Prix du dessin contemporain of the Fondation Daniel et Florence Guerlain. Moreover, during the Semaine du Dessin around 30 museums and institutions all around France will open their cabinet d'arts graphiques to the public. Are you
The Print Room of the University of Warsaw Library invited Ars Graphica Polska to discuss the ongoing project of compiling the collection's catalogues. Some holdings of the Print Room are available at http://egr.buw.uw.edu.pl/en The Print Room is also opened to all scholars who want to consult the collection. However, the curators of the Print Room do not underestimate the importance of the published catalogues in a traditional book form with comprehensive state of the art.
#international women's day. How many women printmakers can you mention? If you can't make it to 10... well... If you missed the 2016 NY Public Library exhibition, you could take a look at their catalogue Printing women: three centuries of female printmakers 1570-1900. Here you can find some other useful references. Exhibitions, associations and collaborative doctoral projects involving women printmakers (past and contemporary) are increasing. That's good news! 8th March, 2018
On February 28th, 2018, @ArsGraphica Swiss visited Museum Allerheiligen (@m_allerheiligen) in Schaffhausen and went on a guided tour with co-curator Monique Meyer through the splendid exhibition „Tour de Suisse“. At the entrance, some magnifying glasses were waiting to be carried around through this show about one of the biggest collections of Minor Swiss Masters in Switzerland besides the Gugelmann Collection at the Swiss National Library in Berne. The Bernhard Neher Collect