OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, June 22, 2017 6:00 - 8:00 pm
An exhibition of prints from Lococo Fine Art Publisher will be on display
June 22 through July 29 at William Campbell Contemporary Art. An opening
reception will take place Thursday, June 22, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The show
will include several dozen pieces from such noted artists as Alex Katz,
Donald Sultan, Ross Bleckner, Donald Baechler, and Crash.
Featured in the gallery collection are two new large-scale silkscreens by
Katz. Departure depicts an austere female figure from behind as she retreats
into the picture plane, while 10:30 A.M. presents an array of luminous, organic
flora that expand across the surface. The show also includes a new suite of
Sultan's signature high-contrast, graphic floral forms titled Lantern Flowers,
Feb. 10, 2017, in addition to the new, abstract Dome suite by Bleckner in red,
blue, and grey variations. Prints from Baechler's recent suite of color-blocked
roses on patterned fields also appear, along with graffiti-inspired works by
Crash. Images of the prints are available for preview at www.lococofineart.com.
Based in St. Louis, Lococo Fine Art Publisher offers the finest contemporary
prints and multiples. Since 1990, the company has collaborated with
master-printers to create editions by more than twenty-five international
artists. Lococo editions have been exhibited and are in the collections of
many museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern
Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Los
Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
William Campbell Contemporary Art has collaborated with Lococo Fine Art Publisher
for a number of years to bring a variety of superior contemporary prints to DFW
audiences. This exhibition marks the first at the Campbells' entirely devoted to
pieces from the Lococo collection.
About William Campbell Contemporary Art
William Campbell Contemporary Art is pleased to announce its 42nd Anniversary
having opened on November 24, 1974.
Through the years, Bill and Pam Campbell have become an integral part of the
Texas art scene. They have dealt with some of the most important artists of
the day, as well as some of the most promising ones that have come to their
notice. Many of the latter have become the former.
The years have brought an ever-widening circle of involvements in the art world,
as well as a life beyond anything ever expected. "We still get excited about
seeing a great work of art for the first time and feel tremendous joy every
time our efforts bear fruit on behalf of an artist."
The Campbells' community involvement has included leadership roles and
behind-the-scenes support of worthwhile activities. Their deepest satisfaction
has been in connecting several generations of artists and collectors with one
another, within the gallery and beyond to the national and international level.
"Watching and being a part of artists' thriving careers has been exceedingly
Bill and Pam Campbell would like to thank friends, associates, several
generations of collectors, the community, the media, and a host of great
artists for a wonderful forty years.
William Campbell Contemporary Art
4935 Byers Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76107
PHONE 817-737-9566, FAX 817-737-5466