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UICA: Interview with Mark Pascale

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The Art Institute of Chicago's Mark Pascale discusses contemporary printmaking and UICA's exhibition (S)Edition: Prints as Activism. (S)Edition: Prints as Activism provides a venue for contemporary artists to connect the 21st century language of printmaking to the mediums history as an instrument of democracy. Exhibited artists demonstrate the viability of prints to engage issues of social and environmental justice. Work from artists from around the country, selected from an open call for entries, will be combined into a group exhibition that not only focuses on the prints role as a means of cultural critique but also showcases this ancient but newly invigorated discipline as it is practiced and defined by todays artists.

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