Curator Tour, The Logic of the Copy: Four Decades of Photography in Print
The second half of the twentieth century saw a seismic shift in art, marked by a move away from Modernist introspection and investigation of the singular artistic medium toward political engagement, critique of mass media, and a drive to explore new forms across artistic disciplines. Photomechanical printmaking, a uniquely democratic hybrid process, was an essential vehicle for change during this period. The Logic of the Copy will bring together the work of artists working with photographs in print, beginning in 1960 and ending at the turn of the 21st century.
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Image credit: Tacita Dean, The Russian Ending, 2001, photogravure. Museum purchase with funds provided by Contemporary Forum (Artpick 2003).