Culling work from four facets of Diebenkorn’s print oeuvre: figures and landscapes, Ocean Park, Clubs and Spades and illustrated poems by W.B. Yeats, this exhibition reflects the breadth and diversity of his work in various print media. Diebenkorn primarily made prints at Crown Point Press, from its inception in 1962, every year except one, until his death in 1993, where he focused on etching. Under the auspices of Crown Point Press, Diebenkorn traveled to Japan in the 1980s to work with woodcuts at the Shi-un-do Print Shop in Kyoto. He also worked in lithography at Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc. in the 1960s and Gemini G.E.L. in the 1980s.
Essay by Kathan Brown
Softcover, 50 pages