Early Fall 2019
An exhibition of weavings by artists Molly Haynes and William Storms
Visit here for more on the exhibit and A Day of Weaving at Russell Janis.
Touching Land in Conversation at Russell Janis
Print and Textile Project
At a Brooklyn Pottery Class, Immigrant Women Mold Clay—And Learn Their Rights, Elle Magazine, 3/12/19
In The Steps of Folly Cove
Francis Colburn Gallery, The University of Vermont
October 8 – 25th
Opening Reception October 8th
Our In The Steps of Folly Cove exhibition traveling to the University of Vermont:
Peter Bregoli, Abigail Doan, Jean Jacques du Plessis, Louise Eastman, Jonathan Fabricant, Elise Ferguson, Susan Martin, Joe Peppe, Mylene Pionilla, Wendy Small, Barb Smith, Russell Steinert, Janis Stemmermann, Andy Yoder
Russell Janis at EAB Print Fair
October 24 – 27
Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has been New York’s premier showcase for the discovery of new and contemporary prints, multiples and artists’ books for over 20 years now. We are super excited to be participating for a second time in this year’s fair. Next week, we will be showing prints created on the press at Russell Janis. Please come see us in booth #D8 at The Caldwell Factory (aka Cedar Lake) in the heart of New York’s Chelsea art district.
Christina Weyl, The Women of Atelier 17
Wednesday November 6, 7pm at Russell Janis
Author Christina Weyl will speak on her the recent publication The Women of Atelier 17: Modernist Printmaking in Midcentury New York published by Yale University Press. The book focuses on women artists who worked at Modernist printmaking workshop, Atelier 17 in New York City between 1940 and 1955. Blazing new aesthetic terrain with their etchings, engravings and woodcuts, these artists developed proto-feminist strategies of collaboration and collective action.