"Clinton Adams and June Wayne are widely credited with reviving interest in lithography in the mid-20th century. As cofounders of the Tamarind Institute, a center for lithography based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, they instructed artists and shared innovative techniques while simultaneously pursuing their own independent practices. This exhibition presents a selection of both artists’ work from the 1950s through the 1990s, showcasing how their approaches to subjects, ranging from landscapes and color to literature and politics, evolved over time."
For more information on June Wayne, read the Tamarind Institute's profile on the June Wayne Gallery page.
For more information on Clinton Adams, read the Tamarind Institute's profile on their website.