IFPDA_Fair_Logo_2021.png

Harlan and Weaver, Inc

New York, US

Harlan & Weaver, Inc. is a workshop and publisher specializing in etching and other forms of intaglio printmaking. In their Lower Manhattan studio, Felix Harlan and a team provide the facilities and technical assistance for artists to complete a successful project. Artists working with Harlan & Weaver have created some of the most notable etchings of the past two decades.

Since its beginning in 1984, Harlan & Weaver has worked with publishers such as Baron/Boisante Editions, Peter Blum Edition, the Cleveland Museum Print Club, Edition Schellmann and Kluser, Feldman Fine Art, Marlborough Graphics, Multiples, Parasol Press, James Cohan Gallery and the Whitney Museum of American Art. These publishers have commissioned works at Harlan & Weaver by such artists as Ida Applebroog, Richard Artschwager, Donald Baechler, William Bailey, Louise Bourgeois, Francesco Clemente, Robert Cottingham, Red Grooms, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Yun Fei Ji, Brice Marden, Tom Otterness, Roxy Paine, Mimmo Paladino, Kiki Smith, Fred Tomaselli, and Not Vital.

In addition to printing works commissioned by others, Harlan & Weaver has published works by Richard Artschwager, William Bailey, Christiane Baumgartner, Louise Bourgeois, Robert Cottingham, Steve DiBenedetto, Carroll Dunham, Nicole Eisenman, Joanne Greenbaum, Joey Kötting, Chris Martin, Thomas Nozkowski, Michelle Segre, James Siena, Kiki Smith, Mark Strand, José Antonio Suárez Londoño, and Stanley Whitney.

Prints made at Harlan & Weaver have been acquired by important contemporary print collections, both private and public, including, in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Public Library, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; The British Museum, London; Tate Britain; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris; Daros Collection, Zurich; Kunstmuseum Bern; Beyeler Foundation, Riehen/Basel; Houston Museum of Fine Arts; and Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Felix Harlan and Carol Weaver have lectured and taught printmaking workshops at Cornell University, Randolph-Macon Women's College, Rhode Island School of Design, Mount Holyoke College, and Yale University.

Image:

Katia Santibanez and Felix Harlan in the studio

Powered-by-Black-type-white-background.p

I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.

This spring Harlan and Weaver is pleased to present a few new publications by contemporary artists as well as some prints from the studio’s extensive archive.
A Secret Place, 2021 is a new edition by artist Katia Santibañez. As Louise Bourgeois in Spiral Arrows, 2004, Katia utilizes a spiral as a visual element in her paintings as well as her prints.
Meanwhile there is an interesting visual connection between Chris Martin’s Thirteen (Water), 2008 and Louise Bourgeois’ Where I Live, 2001-07. Both prints employ patterning and repetition as a visual language.

Felix Harlan, Master Printmaker

Katia Santibanez

A Secret Place

2021

23 x 26 inches

intaglio

The artist and Harlan and Weaver, New York

20

$1,400

Louise Bourgeois

Spiraling Arrows

2004

18 x 24 inches

engraving

Harlan and Weaver, New York

25

16,000

Chris Martin

Thirteen (Water)

2008

15 1/2 x 17 inches

etching

Chris Martin and Harlan and Weaver, New York

27

$750

Chris Martin in the studio

Late Carol Weaver and Chris Martin in the studio

Louise Bourgeois

Where I Live

2001-07

20 1/4 x 16 1/4 inches

drypoint

Harlan and Weaver, New York

12

$15,000

Chris Martin

Seven Web

2008

17 x 14 inches

etching

Chris Martin and Harlan and Weave, New York

27

$850

Chris Martin in the studio

Harlan and Weaver, Inc

New York, US

+1 212-925-5421