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"Love Is God," Robert Indiana, 2014 | silkscreen on 2ply museum board | 32" x 32"

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Thursday, August 2 | 6:00PM - 10:00PM

Fair Dates

Friday, August 3 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM

Saturday, August 4 | 11:00AM - 8:00PM

Sunday, August 5 | 11:00AM - 6:00PM

Saratoga Springs City Center

522 Broadway

Saratoga Springs, NY 12866


Cey Adams, Charlie Ahearn, Amir Akhavan, Jay Batlle, Janette Beckman, Tom Christopher, Michael DeFeo, Jane Dickson, Carole Feuerman, Bob Gruen, Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Rebecca Miller, Jason Newsted, Yigal Ozeri, James Prosek, Shelter Serra, 
Jessica Stockholder


May 3 - 6, 2018
Booth 107

Cey Adams, PAN-AM (WONDERFUL NEW WAY), 2018, Mixed Media and Silkscreen on Paper, 32" x 32".

Location: Pier 94, 55th Street & West Side Highway

VIP Preview: Thursday, May 3, 2 - 5pm

Public Hours: Thursday, May 3, 5 - 8pm

Friday - Saturday, May 4 - 5, 12 - 8pm 

Sunday, May 6, 12 - 6pm

"Multiple Layers," a solo exhibition of new works by Cey Adams is on view at Art New York, May 3rd - May 6th. Presented by Gary Lichtenstein Editions, 30% of all proceeds will benefit the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation.

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Directed & Produced by Brian Scully


If you ever get the chance to head out to Mana Contemporary in Jersey City, a must-see is the wonderful studio and working space of Gary Lichtenstein Editions. Gary Lichtenstein and his Gary Lichtenstein Editions are publishers and printers of fine art silkscreen editions, and for over 40 years, has printed work for Richard Meier, Robert Indiana, Bob Gruen, Michael DeFeo, Joanne Greenbaum, Gerard Hemsworth, Charles Hinman, Rebecca Miller, John Newsom, Gary Panter, Karl Benjamin, Robert Cottingham, Alex Katz and Ken Price.

In December 2017, Gary Lichtenstein Editions set up a booth at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse, featuring works by photographer Janette Beckman and Cey Adams.

Luckily enough, we have this mini-documnentary about the process. Artist's Artist is a profile of master screen prin...

Open to the Public In New York Through 29 March  

NEW YORK, 22 February 2018 – Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery in New York is pleased to present an exhibition of collages, encaustics and silkscreens by Pritzker Prize-winning architect and artist Richard Meier. Famed for his gleaming, clean-lined structures like the Getty Center in Los Angeles, The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome’s Jubilee Church, and the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Richard Meier: Artist seeks to explore a lesser-known side of the star-architect – the artist. On view from 22 February through 29 March, the 30+ works examine the relationship between space, form and light – all fundamental concepts for Meier’s architecture.

Julian Dawes, Vice President, Co-Head of Impressionist & Modern Art Day Dale said: “Getting to know Richard Meier the artist has been an incredible trea...

If you are in Miami next week, come and visit us at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse!

We will be exhibiting work by Cey Adams, Charlie Ahearn and Janette Beckman!

Run DMC 1988 Pioneers of Hip Hop, 2017, Janette Beckman
© Janette Beckman

The Painters and the Printer

on view at Gary Lichtenstein Editions through December 31, 2017

Originally a profitable industrial technology, silk screen printing was adopted by artists well before the 20th century. Although credit is generally given to Andy Warhol for popularizing the medium as an artistic technique, hundreds of artists were embracing silkscreen right around the same time including Charles Hinman, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell and Robert Rauschenberg.

The Painters and the Printer is a showcase of silkscreen works produced in collaboration with Master Printer, Gary Lichtenstein. The installation features a variety of different methods and applications. It is a fascinating look at both the versatility of silkscreen and the different ways in which artists choose to use it.

Richard Meier’s newest works, for i...


Article Originally Published For NJ Advance Media

They may seem an unlikely pair, the Texas-born septuagenarian and the 37-year-old Iranian-American. But the two artists share a passion for highlighting the humanity in everyone and recognize that telling the stories of "the other" is now more important than ever. 

The exhibit "Once We Were Strangers," at Gary Lichtenstein Editions at Mana Contemporary May 20 - June 30, features the collaborative efforts of Ron Tomlinson and Amir Akhavan

For the past two and a half months, the pair have produced new works, with silk-screen as the primary medium, that show the beauty in different cultures. The exhibit will also include individual paintings by Akhavan and Tomlinson.

"This is the opportunity to link creative efforts in the art world with humanitarian efforts," said...

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