Art in Print, the global journal of art and ideas, was a bimonthly journal and website dedicated to the art that most people are most likely to meet—the print. Founded in 2011 by Susan Tallman and Julie Bernatz, it championed thoughtful looking, clear prose and lucid design, while providing readers with contemporary criticism, new historical research and timely information about current events. Art in Print also commissioned artists’ projects that took advantage of the social distribution of the periodical and ran a bimonthly print competition that allows artists (with and without gallery affiliation) to reach an international audience.

      In its nine years of publication, Art in Print was a critical resource for artists, curators, scholars, collectors and viewers around the world. The Nov-Dec 2019 issue was the last issue to be produced. The archive of back issues and many articles are accessible at www.artinprint.orgThe complete archive is available through JSTOR.

 

articles on prints

Bits and Pieces: 400 Years of Collage

Print Quarterly, March 2021

The Edge of Visibility 

Art in Print, Sep-Oct 2018

Richter and Polke

Art in Print, Jul-Aug 2018

Christian Marclay: to the Last Syllable of Recorded Time

Art in Print, Nov-Dec 2016

Julie Mehretu’s Syrian Elegy

Art in Print, Jul-Aug 2016

Frameless: Wall Works in Berlin

Art in Print, Sep-Oct 2014

Martin Puryear

Art in Print, Sep-Oct 2013

Jasper Johns and the Logic of Print

Art in Print, Sep-Oct 2012

Jane Kent and Richard Ford Go Skating

Art in Print, Jul-Aug 2011

The Not-So-Mad Edvard Munch

Art on Paper, May-Jun 2009

Hot Pink Souls on Ice: Caroll Dunham

Art on Paper, Mar-Apr 2001

Always this Tüdelditüt: Christian Marclay

Art on Paper, Jul-Aug 2000

A Century of Artists' Books

Metropolis M, Apr 1996

The Psychopathology of Everyday Life: Richard Prince 

Arts Magazine, Mar 1992

Love and Death: David Wojnarowicz

Arts Magazine, Dec 1991

A Jewish High School in Vienna: Christian Boltanski

Arts Magazine, Oct 1991

Guerilla Girls

Arts Magazine, Apr 1991

Oyvind Fahlström

Arts Magazine, Dec 1990

Money

Arts Magazine, Jan 1990 

Clear Vision: the Prints of Bruce Nauman

Arts Magazine, Nov 1989

Sue Coe and the Art of Abuse

Arts Magazine, April 1989

 
 

books on prints

No Plan at All

How the Danish Printshop of Niels Borch Jensen

Reinvented the Artist's Print for the Contemporary World

Susan Tallman and Niels Borch Jensen

Hatje Cantz 2021

Jim Dine: I Print: Catalogue Raisonné of Prints, 2001–2020

Susan Tallman and Tobias Burg (ed.).

Steidl 2021

 

Mirror Mirror: the Prints of Alison Saar

Susan Tallman, Nancy Doll and Alison Saar

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation 2019

 

The American Dream: Pop to the Present

Stephen Coppell, Catherine Daunt, Susan Tallman

The British Museum / Thames & Hudson 2017 

Three Centuries of American Prints from the National Gallery of Art 

Chapter: 1977 to the Present

Judith Brodie, editor

National Gallery of Art 2016

 

Flatbed Press at 25

with Katherine Brimberry and Mark Lesly Smith

University of Texas Press 2016

Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960s to the Present

Essay: The Critical Equivocal: Feminism in Print

Katherine Pill, editor

St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts 2015

Richard Tuttle Prints

Essay: Richard Tuttle in the Theater of Attention

Christina von Rotenhan, editor

Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 2014

 

Christian Marclay: Festival

Essay: All the World's a Stave

David Kiehl, editor

Whitney Museum of American Art 2010

 

200 Artworks 25 Years: Artists' Editions for Parkett

Susan Tallman and Deborah Wye

Kanazawa  Museum of Contemporary Art 2009

 

Felix Gonzalez-Torres

Essay: The Ethos of the Edition

Julie Ault, editor

Steidl/Dangin 2006 

 

Parkett Collaborations and Editions Since 1984

Susan Tallman and Deborah Wye

The Museum of Modern Art 2001 

 

Tamarind: 40 Years

Essay: Socks, Politics and Prints at Tamarind

Marjorie Devon, editor

University of New Mexico Press, 2000

 

Sequences

Susan Tallman

Edition Schellmann, 1998

 

The Contemporary Print from Pre-Pop to Postmodern

Susan Tallman

Thames & Hudson 1996    

           

                        

lectures & keynotes

Codex Camp: Form, Flirtation and the Artist’s Book

 Reva and David Logan Symposium on the Artist’s Book

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco 2019

            

Bugs in Chocolate: the United States Pavilion at the 1970 Venice Biennale

 Fondation Custodia, Paris, 2018

 

Workman’s Comp: Jim Dine and Tools

Bruce Museum, Greenwich CT, 2018

 

Universality Plus Difference: Prints and Place

First Edition Symposium, Cork, Ireland, 2017

 

America: Widescreen

Inaugural lecture for American Dream: Pop to the Present

The British Museum, London, 2017

 

It’s Complicated: Why Prints Still Matter

University of Texas, Austin, 2017

 

Here and There: the Local in Contemporary Art

Tyler School of Art, Print/Think Conference, 2016

 

Unabridged and Incomplete: Series and Sequences in Contemporary Art

National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, 2016   >>>

 

Turf Wars

Printmaking in the Expanded Field International Conference

Oslo Academy of the Arts, Oslo 2015

What We Talk About When We Talk About Prints

3rd International Printmaking Symposium, Bentlage, Germany 2015

   

Roads and Sewers: Infrastructures of Art Production

Mid-America Print Council Conference, Detroit, 2014

 

Richard Tuttle: the Theater of Attention

Bowdoin College, Brunswick, 2014

There’s No Such Thing as Very Unique

Cranbrook College of Art, Bloomfield Hills, 2012

 

Multiples and Multiplicity

College Art Association Conference, 2010

Why Bother?

Crossing Boundaries International Print Conference

Portland State University, 2001

 

Printed Matters

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2000