Entrance of exhibition with Markus Lupertz woodcut on right.
Exterior shot of museum entrance.
The big space with Sicilia rug on floor, and on back wall, three of our more recent versions on paper.
The three rugs on paper by José Maria Sicilia. A David Hockey iPad landscape on far wall.
José Maria Sicilia rug in plaster.
Left: Christian Schwarzwald monotype. Right: Jean-Michel Othoniel painting with lithography ink.
Wicht 1, monotype by Christian Schwarzwald, 2015.
Black Lotus, Painting covered in white gold leaf and lithography ink. Jean-Michel Othoniel, 2016.
Jim Dine on right; Vito Acconci on left.
Jim Dine's Double Iron Man, 2014. Diptych in woodcut and relief etching.
Nachthimmel Weltflimmerzentrum, 2016. A Gunter Damisch woodcut in two pieces.
The Nuancier by Marie-Ange Guilleminot, an installation piece with 119 lithographs on Japanese paper in 2002.
WOOD0113, 2013. Djamel Tatah combination of woodcut and lithography.
Frédérique Loutz's Two Tail Mermaid, 2019. A 4 part lithograph commissioned for the show by the museum.
Original woomboards carved by Bruno Hellenbosch for his mammoth project on Bocaccio's Decameron. An edition of ten was pulled from each board, but the museum chose to exhibit the actual matrixes.
Bocaccio's book is divided into ten days. Hellenbosch has made a 2 M x 3M50 composition for each day. A school class sketches the artist's woodcut.