The 85th Drawing Lines: 34th Exhibition of Prints from the Tyler Graphics Archive Collection
September 11, 2021 - December 19, 2021
COVID-19 Preventative Measures
“Graphic art” in the classical sense refers to visual art employing line-generated expression. Prints, which are one form of graphic art, in early days were a medium that used lines to depict an image. As modes of expression and techniques have diversified and “drawing lines” has taken on new meanings, today attractive prints generated by lines are created in great numbers. This exhibition will offer visitors a look at prints featuring impressive expressions of lines gleaned from CCGA’s Tyler Graphics Archive Collection, including works by Frank Stella and Nancy Graves, among others.
- September 11 (Sat.)
- Posted the photos of "Drawing Lines: 34th Exhibition of Prints from the Tyler Graphics Archive Collection"
- June 14 (Mon.)
- Posted the photos of "Wanderlust in Graphics" exhibition
- April 27 (Tue.)
- CCGA Print Studio Workshop
- April 01 (Thu.)
- We have started Twitter!
- March 03 (Wed.)
- Posted the photos of "Ties and Bonds in Graphic Design" exhibition.
CCGA Print Studio
Located in Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture, at the foot of the verdant Mt. Uzumine, CCGA, which has specialized in printmaking and graphic design, has managed its print studio for the general public since 2012.