Talking Prints with Ruth Lingen
UW-Madison alumna, Ruth Lingen will lead an in-depth discussion of contemporary printmaking featuring works from the Chazen’s collection.
Join UW-Madison alumna, Ruth Lingen will for an in-depth discussion of contemporary printmaking featuring works from the Chazen’s collection in the Chazen's Print Study Room. Lingen will share deep knowledge and expertise of the New York print world gained from her experience as director of Pace Paper.
Ruth Lingen's lecture is presented in support of
About Ruth Lingen
Ruth Lingen (b. 1958) lives and works in New York City, where she has established a distinguished career as a master printer and book artist. Lingen has collaborated with over 70 celebrated artists, including Jim Dine, Robert Creely, KiKi Smith, Chuck Close, Leonardo Drew, Shepard Fairey, James Siena, and Robert Ryman. Lingen received a BFA from the University of South Dakota and earned an MFA in 1984 from the University of Madison, Wisconsin. In 1982, while studying with Walter Hamady and Joe Wilfer in Madison, WI , she established Pootë Press, publishing limited editions books with artists using both traditional and innovative letterpress, papermaking and bookbinding techniques. After moving to New York, she established