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Marina Adams, Poem 10, 2020

Poem 10, 2020

Set of 8 monoprints with hand painted elements
on handmade paper
14 x 11 in. (35.56 x 27.94 cm) each sheet

About this Edition

Adams applies her painterly sensibility found in her practice to unconventional methods of printmaking that highlight her fluid, rhythmic mark-making.

In her Poem series, Adams arranges monoprints in pairs which further activate their bold colors, dynamic gestures, and expressive marks. The monoprints take on a composition that is simultaneously open, intimate, and unified.

Printer Michael Rahn placing handmade sheets of paper on blotters for the drying box.
Printer Michael Rahn placing handmade sheets of paper on blotters for the drying box.

About the Artist

Marina Adams is a painter based between New York City and Parma, Italy. She received her BFA from the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA and her MFA from Columbia University's School of the Arts, New York. 

Adams’ work has been the subject numerous exhibitions in the United States and abroad. Solo exhibitions include Salon 94, New York (2019); Marc Jancou at Giovanella Kunstglaserei, Gstaad, Switzerland (2017); Galerie Gris, Hudson, NY (2015 and 2013); Hionas Gallery, New York (2013); CUE Art Foundation, New York (2008); and Magazzino d’Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy (1997). Recent group exhibitions include ‘Aspects of Abstraction’ at Lisson Gallery, New York; ‘Artemesia' at Albert Baronian Gallery, Brussels, Belgium; ‘A Space for Thought’ at Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy; ‘Vanishing Points’ at James Cohan, New York in 2017 and ’Boys And Girls Can Still Draw’ at Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York; and ‘Making & Unmaking: An exhibition curated by Duro Olowu' at Camden Arts Centre, London in 2016. Adams is a 2016 recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. 

In 2017, Adams was invited by Larissa Goldston to work at ULAE. She has since applied her painterly sensibility to produce a series of monoprints that incoporate both new technology and traditional printmaking techniques.

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