Coming Up

Find us at the EAB Fair currently online through October 31. Admission to the virtual fair is free.

October 2021

Please join us for the 2021 Editions/Artists’ Books Fair (E/AB Fair) featuring new editions and unique works printed at the Russell Janis Studio. Our projects at Russell Janis aim to galvanize the artist in new ways through collaborative printmaking, realizing new potential and possibilities for their work. For this online fair, we are featuring new 2021 works by Annie Coggan, Elana Herzog, Margaret Lanzetta, Caroline Levy, and Wendy Small. To access our booth click here.


Margaret Lanzetta, Almost Enlightenment Monoprint Series, 2021

Margaret Lanzetta, Almost Enlightenment

Monoprints and Ceramics

November 3-28

Opening Reception for the artist November 3, 5-7pm

Margaret Lanzetta‘s Almost Enlightenment installation at Russell Janis combines crown-themed monoprints and ceramics with motifs used to explore larger issues of political power, decorative arts, and cultural migration. The exhibit falls within her long-standing investigation of culturally inspired patterns in her painting practice. Working at Russell Janis with printmaker Janis Stemmermann, Margaret created a series of monoprints on paper based on the imagery of her previously made ceramic crowns, black and rendered on a larger-than-life scale. The works in the exhibit move beyond literal renditions of opulent jewels and precious metals to underscore their nefarious narratives.

Margaret Lanzetta, Princess Diana, Spencer Tiara, UK, ca. 1930, 10 in. height x 12 in. diameter, mason-stained porcelain

Join us for additional events with the artist:


Virtual panel discussion with the artist, Margaret Lanzetta, Madeleine Viljoen, Curator of Prints & Photographs at New York Public Library, artist Julia Kunin and Janis Stemmerman, Creative Director/Printmaker at Russell Janis on Tuesday, November 9 from 7-8PM . Register here!

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Open house – Saturday, November 13th, 12-5PM


Annie Coggan and Janis Stemmermann Fabricae

December 1-January 2

A collaboration/installation inspired by conversations about the work of 19th century textile designer May Morris, Annie and Janis work with a textile print created directly from nature, rethinking its application to intuitive, sculptural, functioning chair forms.

Model for exhibition, Annie Coggan/Janis Stemmermann, 2021

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