STPI Creative Workshop & Gallery is committed to promoting artistic experimentation in the mediums of print and paper. Over the past 20 years, STPI has collaborated with over 120 artists.
STPI Gallery fosters the exchange of ideas in contemporary art with its diverse exhibitions and public programme. The gallery hosts specially curated exhibitions of works produced in the STPI Creative Workshop and regularly participates in international art fairs. This enables it to nurture and sustain local and international interest in both its residency artists as well as the mediums of print and paper. For the past several years, STPI Gallery has been the only Southeast Asian gallery to take part in all three editions of the Art Basel fairs.
Works produced by STPI have been acquired by institutions such as MoMA, New York; M+, Hong Kong; Mori Art Museum; Benesse Foundation; as well as been selected for biennales such as Yokohama Triennale, Asia Pacific Triennial and Venice Biennale.
Installation view, Notations in Space
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We are thankful for a platform like IFPDA, which enables the proliferation of knowledge and awareness in regards to the medium of print.
At STPI, our artist residency programme is an experimental platform for artists from all over the world to push the boundaries of printmaking. In doing so, we have had the pleasure of producing many ground-breaking projects that defy our typical conception of this medium, which we are pleased to share with the IFPDA audience here.
Rita Targui, Gallery Director
Oranges on Branches, March 14 2002
19.25 x 21.75 in
Lift-ground etching, aquatint and mezzotint, on STPI handmade cream paper
Edition of 20
USD 2,700 (excludes taxes)
10.25 x 10.25 in
Screen print on STPI handmade paper
Edition of 175
USD 700 (excludes taxes)
Oranges on Branches, March 13 2002
23.50 x 28.50 in
Lift-ground etching, aquatint, silkscreen with flocking, on STPI handmade cream paper
Edition of 20
USD 3,200 (excludes taxes)