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(American, b. 1976)
Etching and aquatint
Image: 91.4 x 60 cm (36 x 23 5/8 in.); Sheet: 109.9 x 77.8 cm (43 1/4 x 30 5/8 in.)
Alma Kroeger Fund 2018.299.10
Edition: Edition of 20 with 15 APs
The artist prefers not to explain the narrative underlying these prints, leaving them open to the viewer’s interpretation.
Brooklyn-based painter Dana Schutz is known for large-scale figurative painting, often drawing on narrative and humor. This print portfolio evokes Schutz’s signature subject matter, but translates it to the monochromatic palette of etching. Working with contemporary publisher Two Palms, Schutz created dense, painterly layers of grainy aquatint. Although the ten images suggest a vague story line, the artist left their meaning to the viewer to interpret.
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