Landfall Press: 1970-2000

11/09/2001 - 12/19/2001
Landfall Press: 1970-2000

Landfall Press: 1970 – 2000, presents an overview of prints and suites published by Landfall Press over the past three decades. Recognized as one of the foremost print workshops in the United States, Landfall Press was founded in Chicago in 1970 by Kansas City Art Institute alum, Jack Lemon. Over the years, Landfall Press has collaborated with a diverse range of artists to create works that reflect many stylistic and artistic visions, including representational, conceptual, political, and satirical.

Landfall Press: 1970 – 2000 features individual prints and suites by 23 artists from the Kansas City Art Institute’s permanent collection. Artists in the exhibition include Kara Walker, Vito Acconci, Roger Brown, Vernon Fischer, Lesley Dill, Claes Oldenberg, Christo, Chuck Close, James Drake, Robert Arneson, Pat Steir, William Wiley, Terry Allen, Sol LeWitt, Tony Fitzpatrick, Peregrine Honig, Dennis Oppenheim, and Philip Pearlstein.

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Thanks Jack, Anytime. Sincerely, Kansas City USA
December 1, 2001
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The H&R Block Artspace at KCAI presents the exhibition, Landfall Press: 1970-2000
November 1, 2001
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