Mixografia

Mixografia

For decades, Mixografia has distinguished itself as the publisher of complex works, redefining the boundaries of the printmaking medium.
For decades, Mixografia has distinguished itself as the publisher of complex works, redefining the boundaries of the printmaking medium.

O riginally established in 1968 as Taller de Gráphica in Mexico City by Luis Remba, and based in Los Angeles since the 1980s, the workshop quickly became known for utilizing customized techniques to create handmade, often sculptural, prints & multiples. Artists were suddenly empowered to add dimension, depth and detail to their work, creating editions that, while different in aesthetic from one artist to the next, were unmistakably conceived with Mixografia.

Mixografia attracts artists from all over the world, setting new standards in graphic arts, owing to their liberation from the strictly two-dimensional process of works on paper.

Currently directed by Shaye Remba, the publisher attracts artists from all over the world, setting new standards in graphic arts, owing to their liberation from the strictly two-dimensional process of works on paper. Mixografia has exhibited in museum shows internationally, and their publications hold prominent positions in the printmaking careers of important contemporary artists such as Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari and Tom Wesselmann.

Sotheby’s is proud to partner with Mixografia, offering access to its prints directly from the publisher, as well as providing an easy solution to purchase through its online Buy Now marketplace.

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