Visual Arts 200: SLAM Takes a Hard Look at Abstract Art in Printmaking

“Printing Abstraction” at the Saint Louis Art Museum examines works produced in the last six decades in Europe and the United States.  Works from artists such as Anni Albers, Marcel Duchamp, Carmen Colangelo, and Ad Reinhardt demonstrate how artists have pushed the boundaries on what it means to create art.  Housed in the Sidney S. and Sadie M. Cohen Gallery off the main hall, the free exhibition breaks abstract printmaking down into categories which compare and contrast approaches.