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Highpoint Center for Printmaking is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the art of printmaking. Its goals are to provide educational programs, community access, and collaborative publishing opportunities to engage our community and increase the appreciation and understanding of the printmaking arts.

 

Established in April 2001, Highpoint is the only accessible, community-oriented facility of its kind in the Upper Midwest. Until Highpoint opened its doors, broad public access to the printmaking arts was virtually non-existent in this part of the country. Additionally, Highpoint invites local, national, and international artists to create original prints in collaboration with our Master Printer via our publishing arm, Highpoint Editions.

 

Recently of note, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) has acquired the complete 20-year archive of works by Highpoint Editions, including over 300 original prints. This acquisition will be honored by a Fall 2021 exhibition at Mia, with the archive made accessible for viewing and study to thousands of visitors in perpetuity.

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Tone Deaf, Julie Buffalohead

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With the new year and the hope of brighter futures in which we can gather together, we are grateful that we have been able to pick up speed and press forward with work on upcoming print collaborations with artists including Delita Martin, Julie Mehretu, Jim Hodges and Rico Gatson.

Currently, we are thrilled to present our first release of 2021, Tone Deaf by long-time collaborator Julie Buffalohead.

In this thought-provoking print, Buffalohead thematically depicts American Indian experience through personal metaphor and narrative, drawing from traditional stories and contextualizing motifs of cultural identity. This piece comments on the heightened polarization of society, the politicization of the Covid-19 pandemic and the disproportionate impact of the epidemic on the American Indian population.

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Sara Tonko, Gallery Director

Julie Buffalohead

Tone Deaf

2021

34 5/8” x 61 1/2”

Lithograph, screenprint and collage

Published by Highpoint Editions

Edition of 15

$4,800

Andrea Carlson

Anti-Retro

2018

33 1/2” x 47 3/4”

Screenprint

Published by Highpoint Editions

Edition of 20

$4,000

Andrea Carlson

Exit

2018

33 1/2” x 47 3/4”

Screenprint

Published by Highpoint Editions

Edition of 20

$4,000

Rico Gatson

Harriet

2018

33” x 26”

Photo lithography and photo polymer gravure

Published by Highpoint Editions

Edition of 25

$2,750

Anti-Retro, Andrea Carlson

Brad Kahlhamer

Pueblo Hawk

2019

22” x 28 1/4”

Watercolor monooprint

Published by Highpoint Editions

Unique

$3,000

Beauties, Willie Cole

Julie Buffalohead

Tone Deaf

34 5/8” x 61 1/2”

Lithograph, screenprint and collage

Edition of 15

$4,800

Andrea Carlson

Anti-Retro

33 1/2” x 47 3/4”

Screenprint

Edition of 20

$4,000

Andrea Carlson

Exit

33 1/2” x 47 3/4”

Screenprint

Edition of 20

$4,000

Rico Gatson

Harriet

33” x 26”

Photo lithography and photo polymer gravure

Edition of 25

$2,750

Brad Kahlhamer

Pueblo Hawk

22” x 28 1/4”

Watercolor monooprint

Unique

$3,000