Mi., 07. Dez.|
Talk with Printmakers - Keystone Editions
From a professional point of view, what are the tools, equipment but also motivation and planning required to run a printmaking studio. This talk is about the substance, the perseverance and the future of a long-standing profession that has accompanied art history as early as its first bourgeoning.
Time & Location
07. Dez. 2022, 19:30 – 21:30
Berlin, Defreggerstraße 12, 12435 Berlin, Germany
About the event
Ulrich Kuehle and Sarah Dudley founded Keystone Editions, a printmaking workshop in Berlin-Kreuzberg. They specialize in collaborative printmaking (lithography, intaglio, woodcut and monoprint), where artists can realize projects with the support of Tamarind Institute-trained master printers.
Ulrich Kühle has completed a traditional apprenticeship in lithography at Druckgrafik Kätelhön in Wamel, Germany. Working there for eight years as a professional printer, he printed for many international artists, including Falko Behrendt, Helmtrud Nystrom and Liz Ingram. In 2002, Ulrich completed the Master Printer Training Program at Tamarind Institute.
At “Open Workshop” Urlich Kühle will give us an insight into his day-to-day work at the workshop, artist clients, surprising collaborations, unexpected challenges and show some of the prints made at the workshop