The Art Students League of New York is pleased to present Two Generations of Women Printmakers: Atelier 17 and The Art Students League, guest curated by independent scholar Dr. Christina Weyl and on view November 4 – December 5, 2021. What could the venerable Art Students League of New York, founded in 1875, possibly have in common with the avant-garde printmaking studio Atelier 17, formed in the late 1920s in interwar Paris? This exhibition suggests that these two important artistic centers are more intertwined than previously known and that together they produced some of the most accomplished female printmakers of the twentieth century.
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Image Credit: Worden Day, The Great Divide, 1969. Woodblock print, 23” x 28”. Permanent collection of The Art Students League.