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Recent Projects (2018)
This catalogue represents new editions and monotypes from CSS from with works from Matthew Carter, Eltono, Raul Gonzalez III, Markus Linnenbrink, Eva Lundsager, Carrie Moyer, Bill Thompson, Roger Tibbetts, Brian Andrew Whiteley, George Whitman, and Janine Wong.
Markus Linnenbrink: Monotypes (2015)
An interactive catalogue with works across Markus Linnenbrink's 15-year collaboration with Center Street Studio. Click the link or the thumbnail to download the catalogue.
Center Street Studio: 30 Years of Printmaking (2014)
A commemorative catalogue celebrating 30 years of printmaking at Center Street Studio. The catalogue contains work from all of the artists who have published work with CSS. Click on the thumbnail or the link below to download the PDF.
Recent Projects (2014)
This catalogue represents new editions and monotypes from CSS from with works from George Whitman, Markus Linnenbrink, Raul Gonzalez, Mark Cooper, Jeff Perrott, Richard Ryan, Rachel Perry-Welty, Bill Thompson, Andy Freeberg, Roger Tibbetts, and Laurel Sparks.
Natural Selection Brochure (2006)
The Natural Selection portfolio and brochure are parts of an initiative by the University of Richmond to acquire Center Street Studio's archive. The brochure contains the information on the portfolio and how to acquire a portfolio in support of the University.
Center Street Studio: Books and Portfolios (2003)
Catalogue produced for the ArtistBook International Fair, Paris 2003, this catalogue represents book and portfolio projects by artists who have worked at Center Street Studio over the years. In some cases the Studio has published them with artists, in others has acted as master printer on behalf of other publishers.
More Than One (1998)
Prints and Portfolios from Center Street Studio
This catalogue is from a traveling exhibition of works from the studio curated by Richard Waller, Executive Director of University Museums, University of Richmond, Virginia. First shown at the Marsh Art Gallery (now called the Harnett Museum of Art), University of Richmond in 1998, it has since traveled to several other venues across the country.