Mixografia is pleased be honored at the IPCNY Spring Benefit and Dinner

For its annual Spring benefit dinner, the IPCNY will honor Lea, Luis, and Shaye Remba, along with artist Dorothea Rockburne and Stephen Coppel of The British Museum. Lynn Boland, director of the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at Colorado State University will introduce the Rembas. This annual benefit celebrates the field of print, honoring three of … Continued

‘Self-Portrait’, a new series of Mixografia prints by Alex Israel

Los Angeles, CA (October 10, 2017) – Mixografia is pleased to present Self-Portrait, the studio’s latest edition and first collaboration with artist Alex Israel. These prints will be exhibited with a reception for the artist at Mixografia, 1419 East Adams Boulevard, on Saturday, November 4th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.   In Self-Portrait, Alex Israel takes … Continued

‘From Mexico City to LA’ at Mixografia, Los Angeles

Leopoldo Mendez, Homenaje a Posada, 1953. Linoleum cut on Arches paper. 19 X 35 inches.   MIxografia will be hosting an exhibition “From Mexico City to LA: A Visual History of Graphic Art” at the gallery’s Los Angeles location. The exhibition, in participation with the Getty Foundation’s 2017 programme “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA”, will bring together … Continued

Editorial: John Baldessari

  John Baldessari Mixografia, Los Angeles, California Preview by Mario Cutajar John Baldessari, “Yellow” from “Eight Colorful Inside Jobs,” 2017, Mixografia® print on handmade paper, 22 x 17 1/2″ Continuing through July 15, 2017 In his collaboration with the Mixografia® printmaking studio, now spanning more than 20 years, John Baldessari has returned to ideas previously … Continued

Mixografia to be featured in two prominent European exhibitions

British Museum, London – The American Dream: Pop to the Present will feature Mixografia prints from Ed Ruscha February 23, 2017 (Los Angeles, CA.) Mixografia is a printer and publisher of fine art prints. It was founded in Mexico City in 1968 by Luis and Lea Remba and has now been operating out of Downtown … Continued

Jacob Hashimoto’s Work Takes Flight at Mixografia By Deborah Vankin, LA Times

  Jacob Hashimoto’s “Gas Giant” on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Pacific Design Center in 2014. His new prints are at Mixografia. (Fredrik Nilsen) By Deborah VankinContact Reporter Los Angeles County Museum of Art You might say Jacob Hashimoto is detail-oriented. He and seven assistants sit around a table in his New York studio, … Continued

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