Explore the Nasher’s “Graphic Pull” Virtually

April 7, 2021

Following the success of the Cultures of the Sea: Art of the Ancient Americas virtual tour, part of the Art of the Americas Initiative, the Nasher Museum of Art has collaborated with Mark Olson to produce a virtual tour of Graphic Pull: Contemporary Prints from the Collection. Built in a customized version of Marzipano, the virtual tour is set within a series of 360 images navigable via hotspot with mouse controls for panning, zoom, and rotation. Information hotspots feature art information, digitized artworks, videos with artists, and more. Featured artists include Art, Art History & Visual Studies faculty Pedro Lasch & Bill Fick. The exhibition was organized by Molly Boarati, assistant curator at the Nasher.

More about Graphic Pull

Graphic Pull highlights numerous printmaking techniques from the Nasher Museum’s collection with works dating from the 1970s to today. Including both traditional and unconventional printing methods, the exhibition explores how contemporary artists have continued to use this age-old graphic form while also expanding on its processes and definitions. Whether pulled from a press or printed by hand, the works on view emphasize the irresistible qualities of the medium that have made it an effective means of artistic expression for millennia.

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