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ⓘ Pratt Graphic Art Center




                                     

ⓘ Pratt Graphic Art Center

The Pratt Graphic Art Center also called the Pratt Graphics Center was a print workshop and gallery in New York. The Center grew out of Margaret Lowengrunds Contemporaries Graphic Art Centre. In 1956 Fritz Eichenberg became the Centers director, serving until 1972. The Center was associated with the Pratt Institute, providing a space specifically for printmaking. It was used by both students and established artists including Jim Dine, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, and Claes Oldenburg. The Center also published a journal, the Artists Proof edited by Eichenberg and Andrew Stasik, and had an exhibition space. The Pratt Graphic Art Center closed in 1986.

The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC has collected prints published by the Pratt Graphic Art Center. Artists represented in this collection include