Exhibition focuses on atworks that are purposely and strategically hard to see

International Print Center New York is presenting Edge Visibility, curated in conjunction with the September–October issue of the scholarly journal Art in Print by its editor-in-chief, Susan Tallman. The issue focuses on atworks that are purposely and strategically hard to see; since such works are by nature extremely difficult to reproduce, the accompanying exhibition provides the opportunity to experience them in all their elusive and evasive presence. Among the more than 50 works on view are prints from the 17th century to the present—laborious micro-engravings, subtle watermarks, and evanescent images printed with UV-reactive inks. The material properties of specific print techniques are critical to how these works court and tease the eye. Chris Ofili’s multi-layered, opalescent etching portfolio Black Shunga, 2008–15 relies

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