By Michael Hamad
1:55 PM EDT, September 30, 2013
Head to Wesleyan for Themes and Variations, a meditation on the printmaking process featuring works by artists Joseph Albers, Robert Motherwell, Robert Mangold (that's his "Untitled" (1975) pictured above), Sol LeWitt, Jasper Johns, Brice Marden and others. Part of the idea is that, with developments in the process post-1960, printmaking itself offered artists yet another way to get creative with their bad, artistic selves. The exhibit is open through Dec. 8.
Themes and Variations: Seriality in American Prints
1960-1980, ends Dec. 8, Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, 283 Washington Terrace, Middletown, wesleyan.edu
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