Booth # B36
Brodsky Center is dedicated to the promotion of the printed image as central to contemporary art practice. Founded in 1986 by printmaker and professor Judith K. Brodsky, we invite established and emerging artists to create new work in paper and print, in collaboration with our master printers and papermakers. Diversity and education are central to our mission. High school to postgraduate students are introduced to current artistic processes and ideas through classes, lectures, internships, school visits, and exhibitions. Housed at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, a research institution, innovation is also integral to Brodsky Center’s programming. To date, over three hundred artists have worked at our facilities, which are equipped to produce work in all media. Editions produced by the Brodsky Center can be found in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Baltimore Museum of Art; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; and Australian National Gallery, Canberra, among other institutions.
Featured artists: Jo Baer, Lynda Benglis, Melvin Edwards, Leon Golub, Barkley Hendricks, Ben Patterson, Duke Riley, Kiki Smith, Mickalene Thomas, Stephen Westfall, Fred Wilson.
Iconic Dexter, 2008-09
Archival ink jet and silkscreen