We’re delighted by all of the great press we’ve been getting for our exhibition Jasper Johns / In Press: The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print. Thank you to the reviewers who shared the story of our show, from inception as an undergraduate seminar to culmination as a full-ﬂedged museum exhibition, and perfectly captured the themes of the exhibition, while oﬀering insights of their own.
Here are some of our favorite reviews:
Strong Impressions by Kris Wilton, June 27, 2012, WGBH Arts.
Meaning, mystery in prints by Jasper Johns by Sebastian Smee, June 10, 2012, The Boston Globe.
Jasper Johns’s Revolution in Print by Sarah Kirk Hanley, June 1, 2012, art:21 blog.
Jasper Johns cools it by Greg Cook, June 1, 2012, Boston Phoenix.
Jasper Johns, and a technique he loved by Colleen Walsh, May 25, 2012, Harvard Gazette.
Jasper Johns exhibit at Harvard dives into technique by Chris Bergeron, May 24, 2012, MetroWest Daily News.
Be sure to see Jasper Johns / In Press before it closes August 18.
Seen it already? What did you think?
Image: Jasper Johns, with master printer Aldo Crommelynck, at Atelier Crommelynck, Paris, Hatching (front endpaper), from Foirades/Fizzles by Johns and Samuel Beckett (London: Petersburg Press, 1976). Lift-ground aquatint and drypoint from four plates on Richard De Bas paper. Houghton Library, Harvard University, acquired with funds given by Mrs. Frederick B. Deknatel, Mrs. Robert D. Graﬀ, Lammot de Pont Copeland, R. M. Hunt, David P. Becker, and a contribution from the Bentinck-Smith Fund, Typ 905.76.1985F. Art © Jasper Johns/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Photo: by permission of the Houghton Library, Harvard University.