Beth Ganz Press

  • Ganz Journal of the Print World


    Beth Ganz & the Atlas Project Landscape
    October 2017, Volume 40, Issue #4

    Atlas Project Landscape allows me to move fluidly between abstraction and representation; it serves as a reference point from which to explore the patterns of the natural world, history, decay, narrative, fantasy, and decoration.”

    Beth Ganz’s new work is a response to her ongoing inquiry into topography, line, and shape that arise from interstitial spaces. Her reliefs are depicted in both the negative and positive, in all the various techniques she employs: gravure, photography, line drawing, montage. Ganz has had several solo exhibitions in New York and throughout the United States; her prints have been included in many group shows in the United States, England, Europe, and India a country and a landscape that has become her muse and touchstone for the past decade.

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