Please join Washington Printmakers Gallery
on Friday, April 5, 2019 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm for
an artist talk with
Italian printmaker Caterina Tedeschini,
who exhibited at WPG in September 2018
as part of the Sister Cities Grant from DCCAH.
During this cultural exchange, her activities will also include:
April 6 from 12-5pm – Intaglio workshop (free) at ArtSpace DC, 614 S St NW
April 7 from 12-5pm – Relief workshop (free) at Arcade, 703 Edgewood St. NE, #2 (Studio 4)
April 8 from 6-8pm – Pop-up exhibit opening (free) at 410 GooDBuddY, 410 Florida Ave NW
April 9 from 6-8pm – Pop-up exhibit closing (free) at 410 GooDBuddY, 410 Florida Ave NW
In addition, print collection visits to the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress are planned.
If you want to join one of the workshops or print collection visits, please contact Ira Tattelman at email@example.com as soon as possible. Spaces are limited.
This Sister Cities grant is funded by the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
About Caterina Tedeschini:
Her approach to printmaking resembles to that of a scientific researcher, someone who seeks knowledge and truth for their own sake. Throughout Caterina’s corpus of engravings, natural forms are a recurrent object of study and observation. In her “re-cognition” practice, she re-discovers and preserves one of the most revolutionary craftsmanships in history.During the workshops, Caterina will give her perspective on etching and printmaking techniques while guiding each of the steps toward the final prints. For her, art is a way to re-establish an authentic dialogue, with no mediations, where the world is mirrored back. It is almost a primitive act of looking, without judgement. Then she adds in memories, history, as well as imagination. She uses etching is a way to gain time, to take advantage of life.