The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s 12th Biennial International Miniature Print Exhibition opens on Sunday, June 2, 2019 with a reception and awards presentation from 2-5pm. This juried biennial print competition and exhibition is limited to works that are no more than four square inches. The exhibition runs through September 1, 2019.
Since its inception in 1997, the Miniature Print Exhibition has showcased the works of artists worldwide with renowned print curators and collectors serving as jurors. This year’s juror was
Tomas Vu-Daniel, Artistic Director for LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. This year, CCP received 442 prints from 158 artists with works arriving from 21 countries, including representation by artists in 26 states. Vu-Daniel selected 227 works by 119 artists representing 14 countries and 22 states.
Michael Arike – New York- Juror Award and Renaissance Graphic Arts Award
Viviane DeKosinsky – Virginia- Juror Award and Gamblin Artists Colors Award
Dawn Leone – New York- Juror Award and McClain’s Printmaking Award
Pierre Philippe – France- Juror Award and Graphic Chemical & Ink Co. Award
DeAnn L. Prosia – New Jersey- Juror Award and Speedball Art Award
Christopher Shore – New York- Juror Award and Jerry’s Artarama Award
Valerie Syposz – Canada- Juror Award and Awagami Paper Award
Tina Wohlfarth – Germany- Juror Award and Takach Press Award
Additional Purchase Awards Provided by: