UltraChrome Plus

David DiMichele*, Greg Gioiosa, Bettina Hubby, Julia Koerner, Irene Mamiye, Luigia Martelloni, Cecilia Miniucchi, Karin Apollonia Müller, Deborah Oropallo, Laura Parker*, Paul Rickert, Judi Russell, Paul Silkowski*, Antoni Stutz, Tim Nolan and Jody Zellen*

RECEPTION: Saturday, July 20 from 6-8PM

July 20 – September 7, 2019

Cecilia Miniucchi

AM I TOO FAT FOR YOU?, 2018

Dye sublimation on aluminum

48h x 48w x 1d in

Edition of 1+ 1AP

CM001

Julia Koerner

Errors
Series: Errors, Rafts & Skirts by Julia Koerner, 2019

Filament Spools and PLA 3D Prints

23 1/2h x 23 1/2w x 20 1/2d in

JK001

Luigia Martelloni

Marks of Desire, 2019

Lambda print mounted on aluminum

30h x 40w x 1d in

Edition of 3

LM001

Deborah Oropallo

Sailor, 2016

Photomontage and acrylic on wood panel

58h x 48w x 2d in

Edition of 1 + 2AP; AP2

DO001

Jody Zellen

The Human Touch, 2018

Digital prints with augmented reality animations

46h x 46w x 1d in

JZ001

Antoni Stutz

Freezeframe, 2014

Archival pigment print, welded aluminum frame with plexi glazing

88h x 72w x 9d in

AStutz001

David DiMichele

Laying Rubber as Line, Angeles Crest Highway, 2019

Archival pigment print on coldpress fine art paper

Framed: 46h x 48 1/2w x 2d in

Unique print + 1AP

DD011

Judi Russell

Ivanka Finally Makes Scents, 2019

Digital archival photographs

34h x 52w x 1/2d in (11h x 8 1/2w each)

Edition of 5 + 1AP

JR001

Bettina Hubby

White House Gathering, 2019

Archival photo on aluminum

15h x 30w x 1/2d in (13h x 19w in)

BH001

Bettina Hubby

White House Gardening, 2019

Archival photo on aluminum

15h x 30w x 1/2d in (13h x 19w in)

BH002

Julia Koerner

Rafts
Series: Errors, Rafts & Skirts by Julia Koerner, 2019

Filament Spools and PLA 3D Prints

27 1/2h x 20w x 12d in

JK002

Julia Koerner

Skirts
Series: Errors, Rafts & Skirts by Julia Koerner, 2019

Filament Spools and PLA 3D Prints

19 1/2h x 23 1/25w x 10d in

JK003

Karin Apollonia Müller

Worldlights #2 (03/05), 2013

Chromogenic print

45 1/2h x 72 1/4w x 2 1/2d in

Edition of 5

KAM001

Paul Silkowski

48 Billboards, 2004

Ultrachrome Print

36h x 72w x 1d in

PS001

Timothy Nolan

Inside the Atom, 2019

Collage printed on Moab Entrada Rag paper

Framed: 20 1/4h x 17 1/4w x 1d in

Edition of 1 + 1AP

TN001

Timothy Nolan

Torus Link, 2019

Collage printed on Moab Entrada Rag paper

20 1/4h x 17 1/4w x 1d in

Edition of 1 + 1AP

TN002

Laura Parker

on a long thin wire, 2006

Archival pigment print

40 1/2h x 7 3/4w x 1 1/2d in

Edition of 10

LP001

Paul Rickert

Frye Art Museum, Seattle, 2014-2018, 2014-2018

Archival pigment print on Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag

Framed: 20h x 20w x 1d in

Edition of 6 + 3 APs

PR001

Paul Rickert

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, 2016-2018, 2016-2018

Archival pigment print on Canson® Infinity Platine Fibre Rag

20h x 20w x 2d in

Edition of 6 + 3 APs

PR002

Irene Mamyie

4568 (When You Wish Upon A Star), 2018

Dye sublimation print on aluminum

48h x 72w x 2d in

IMayime001

Greg Gioiosa

Zen Curve, 2019

UV cured ink on aluminum

72h x 72w x 1d in

GGioiosa001

Press Release

Los Angeles, CA - DENK gallery is pleased to present, UltraChrome Plus, a group exhibition featuring digitally printed works by 16 contemporary artists who often or exclusively use digitally processes in their artistic practice.

The show is a follow up to an earlier exhibition in 2004 titled UltraChrome that featured work exclusively produced on the Epson 9600 archival inkjet printer. UltraChrome refers to the ink set developed by Epson to produce archival inks with a wide chromatic color space.)

The current exhibition, UltraChrome Plus, still includes UltraChrome prints yet expands beyond to include a -ranging representation of digital printing processes now used by so many artists. The show includes Lambda and light jet prints, 3D printing, dye sublimation prints as well as UV inkjet prints. 

The concept of the exhibition may sound like an exercise in different printing each of the processes can produce such different outcomes the resulting artworks not only have a completely different visual feel but also invoke different concepts in art making.

When the original UltraChrome exhibition was shown, now 15 years ago, digital printing processes were not as widely accepted in the art world as they are now. The follow-up show, UltraChrome Plus explores how artists use the ever-expanding technological advances to create a wide variety of individual concepts and approaches to art-making.

credits from left to right: Deborah Oropallo, Sailor, 2016. Photomontage and acrylic on wood panel, Edition of 1 + 2AP, AP2, 48 x 58 inches;  David DiMichele, Laying Rubber as Line, Angeles Crest Highway, 2019. Archival pigment print on cold press fine art paper, 41 x 64 inches.