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Christopher Wool’s prints explore themes present throughout his larger artistic practice, such as his gestural style, a restrained compositional approach, and an affinity for adapting existing forms including a self-referential appropriation. As is manifest in Wool’s paintings and sculptures, his approach to printmaking is marked by an interest in combining traditional, mechanical, and digital techniques.

Christopher Wool: Selected Prints brings together works that range from early etchings (1998) to some of his most recent photogravures (2018). Highlighted in this selection is his singular sensibility towards line, a central concern that threads through his work and particularly evident in his recent large-scale sculptures as well as many of his iconic paintings.