February shows by Shipyard Artist Carrie Ann Plank
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February shows by Shipyard Artist Carrie Ann Plank
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Carrie Ann Plank announces the following openings and events.

Image featured on this page: Carrie Ann Plank. “Interference” print series tests (In progress), woodcuts, 23″ x 23″ each, 2019

CODEX VII
Craneway Pavilion
1414 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA Table 125
Exhibition: Sunday, February 3- February 6th, 2019
Public Book Fair hours: Monday, February 4th, 12:30pm-5:30pm, Tuesday, February 5th, 12:30pm-6:00pm, Wednesday, February 6th, 12:30pm-5:30pm, 10:00am -3:00pm


Artist Talk for Systems & Surfaces
Inclusions Gallery
627 Cortland Avenue
San Francisco, CA
Closing Artist Talk:  Sunday, February 24th, 2019, 4:00 pm
Exhibition: January 19th- February 24th, 2019        

CODEX VII

Table 125
Craneway Pavilion
Richmond, CA


CODEX is a four day book fair is held every two years in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA and is the largest book fair in the world for ‘handmade book as a work of art’. Over 200 stands show work from over 20 countries, work of the highest quality hand-made and mainly handprinted books. In 2019 the fair will be held at the Craneway Pavilion, Richmond from 3rd to 6th February.  

CODEX Book Fair and Symposium is organised by the Codex Foundation.
The Codex Foundation exists to preserve and promote the contemporary hand-made book as a work of art in the broadest possible context and to bring to public recognition the artists, the craftsmanship, and the rich history of the civilization of the book.

Plank will be exhibiting the AUDIBILITY AUDIBILIDAD project, a collaborative artist book by Carrie Ann Plank, Megan Adie, and Hanoi Perez. We’ll be at Table 125 alongside Aviary Press.

AUDIBILITY AUDIBILIDAD:
Three artists discuss the sound of the state of being in Havana, Cuba, in three languages, visual and written. None of these languages are translations, but rather individual investigations of the same concept. The four subjects, Buscar (to search), Esperar (to wait), Resolver (to solve problems) and Querer (to want) are common in the Cuban vernacular. Artist proof was printed at the Taller Experimental de Gráfica de la Habana and the Taller de Serigrafía René Portocarerro in April, 2017. All imagery by Carrie Ann Plank. Text by Hanoi Pérez and Megan Adie. Edition completed in San Francisco, 2018.

CODEX VII
Craneway Pavilion
1414 Harbour Way South
Richmond, CA Table 125
Exhibition: Sunday, February 3- February 6th, 2019
Public Book Fair hours: Monday, February 4th, 12:30pm-5:30pm, Tuesday, February 5th, 12:30pm-6:00pm, Wednesday, February 6th, 12:30pm-5:30pm, 10:00am -3:00pm

Systems and Surfaces

Inclusions Gallery
San Francisco, CA


On February 24th at 4pm, please join Carrie Ann Plank and Ellen Markoff for the closing reception and talk for Systems & Surfaces at Inclusions Gallery in San Francisco.

“In our first exhibit of the new year, we are very pleased to present the work of esteemed San Francisco printmakers, Carrie Ann Plank and Ellen Markoff. Both artists credit the influence of the natural world in their work, pushing the boundaries of printmaking; using traditional and experimental techniques. There is a strong but pleasing contrast in the works created, making for an interesting dialogue between the two.   Carrie Ann Plank focuses on visual portrayals of information systems. She works with many layers of data visualization from charting to mathematical equations, to scientific principles. She combines emergent technologies, such as CNC routers and laser cutters, with traditional hand carving and mixed by eye applied inks.   Ellen Markoff works primarily in Monotype, creating unique one of a kind, hand pulled prints. Evocative of the natural world and the forces that shape it, her process of applying various media directly to the plate yields visceral imagery that is spontaneous, layered, transparent and textural.”

Artist Talk for Systems & Surfaces
Inclusions Gallery
627 Cortland Avenue
San Francisco, CA
Closing Artist Talk:  Sunday, February 24th, 2019, 4:00 pm
Exhibition: January 19th- February 24th, 2019
Inclusions Gallery