Terra Foundation-supported Events

Symposium: “Atelier 17 e a gravura moderna nas Américas / Atelier 17 and Modern Printmaking in the Americas”

Held in conjunction with the exhibition, Atelier 17 e a gravura moderna nas Américas / Atelier 17 and Modern Printmaking in the Americas, co-organized by the Museu de Contemporânea Arte da Unviersidade de São Paulo (MAC-USP) and the Terra Foundation for American Art (March 23–June 2, 2019), this two-day, international symposium examines major trends in modern printmaking across the Americas, with a focus on the practice, influence, and students of Stanley William Hayter and his Atelier 17 workshop.


April 11, 2019

Abstraction in Printmaking: Experiences in U.S. and Brazil

Art is something you pass on: Community and Collaboration

Ruth Fine, independent curator, Philadelphia, USA (paper read by Taylor L. Poulin, Curatorial Associate, Terra Foundation for American Art)

Panorama of Printmaking Techniques in Brazil in the 20th century

Luiz Claudio Mubarac, artist, printmaker, and professor of the Department of Visual Art at the School of Communications and Arts at the University of São Paulo, Brazil

Moderator: Peter John Brownlee, Curator, Terra Foundation for American Art, Chicago, USA

Post-War Printmaking in Brazil and the United States

The Legacy and Impact of Stanley William Hayter on Post-War American Art

Ann Shafer, PhD, independent curator, Baltimore, USA

Moderator: Ana Gonçalves Magalhães, Vice-Director and Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art of University of São Paulo, Brazil

Roundtable with Ann Shafer, Carlos Martins, Luiz Claudio Mubarac, Ana Magalhaes and Peter John Brownlee

April 12, 2019

Panel – Atelier 17: innovation and transnationality

Atelier 17 Print Collection at MAC USP from the Nelson Rockefeller Donation

Carolina Rossetti de Toledo, Master in Art History, USP, and PhD candidate at PGEHA USP, Brazil

Relations Between Atelier 17 and Argentinian printmakers

Siliva Dolinko, PhD in Art History from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Panel – artist spotlight

Artist spotlight: Geraldo de Barros

Heloisa Espada, PhD in Arts at the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo, Brazil

Artist spotlight: Livio Abramo

Priscila Sacchettin, curator and PhD in Art History at UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil

Q&A session

Closing Conference

The Women of Atelier 17: Craft, Creativity, and Modernist Printmaking

Christina Weyl, PhD, independent scholar and curator, New York, USA

Q&A session