Introducing our latest edition: I Had to Think of Someone I Loved – Kate Greenstreet + Joshua Marsh

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I Had to Think of Someone I Loved
Kate Greenstreet + Joshua Marsh
Paper: Revere silk bisque
Size: 16.5″ x 24″
Four color stone and photo plate lithograph hand-drawn by the artist and poet.
Edition of 20

This dynamic four-color stone highlights Joshua Marsh’s striking manipulation of color. He pushes the printer’s inks to new limits with an acid bath of vibrant light. We love how the split apple, mirror, ampersand, and other visual cues keep in conversation with Greenstreet’s use of conjoining words “or,” “and,” “through” —words that describe movement and place, her restless questioning of the boundary and definition of self. Both poet and painter are shown here at the height of their powers, pursuing their obsessions side by side, and thrown into ever more fascinating relief as we experience them in relation to each other.


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Greenstreet at her table

Kate Greenstreet is the author of Young Tambling, The Last 4 Things, and case sensitive, all from Ahsahta Press. The End of Something is forthcoming. Her videopoems can be viewed at kickingwind.tumblr.com.

 Joshua Marsh is a painter living in West Chester, PA. He received an MFA in painting from Yale University in 1997 and BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 1995. He has exhibited paintings and drawings in exhibitions throughout the U.S., and is represented by Jeff Bailey Gallery. His work has been reviewed in the The New York Times, Brooklyn Rail, Art in America, and Hyperallergic.

Prints are available direct from the publisher, or contact us with media and exhibition inquiries.

Read the poem text here.


The Correspondence Project 2015-2016 brings the work of visual artists and poets into conversation via an esoteric system of Fedex, email, lithography, and interloping boxes.

Learn more about the project.

Funded, in part, with support from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

We’re thrilled to announce the release of Katia Santibañez and Nate Klug’s beautiful lithograph for Correspondence 2015-2016

BlueHeron-2Katia Santibañez + Nate Klug
Story of Blue/Blue Heron
Hand-Printed Lithograph on Revere Bisque
Paper Size: 17.5″ x 24″
Edition Size: 25
Publisher: Correspondence Publishing
Printer: Asa Wentzel Fisher


The Correspondence Project 2015-2016 brings the work of visual artists and poets into conversation via an esoteric system of Fedex, email, lithography, and interloping boxes.

Learn more about the project.

Nate Klug is the author of Rude Woods, a modern translation of Virgil’s Eclogues (The Song Cave, 2013), and Anyone, a book of poems (Chicago, 2015). He currently lives and works in the Bay Area of California.

Katia Santibañez was born in Paris, France in 1964, and received her degree from the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris. Solo exhibitions include Morgan Lehman (New York, NY) Jancar Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), IMC Lab (New York, NY), and group shows at Pace Prints (New York, NY), and Jeff Bailey Gallery (New York, NY). She has been a resident at The Albers Foundation in Bethany, CT, Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, New York, and at Sitka Center on the Oregon coast. Her paintings, drawings, and prints are in numerous public and private collections, including The Morgan Library.

Prints are available direct from the publisher, or contact us with media and exhibition inquiries. Read the poem text here.

Funded, in part, with support from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.