Graphics: Mixed-Up Medium

The more mixed up the better seems to be the motto in art these days. Sculptors are adding paint to metals and incorporating everything from old divans to truncated taxis as props for their pop works; painters are bulging their canvases out into space to challenge the sculptors. Now the mixed-media trend seems to have struck the world of prints. Scorned are such traditional tools as the lithographer's stone and crayon, the engraver's burin, the woodcutter's gouge; in are Plexiglas and acetate, molded plastic and all kinds of electric lighting.

The new style in graphics went on display last week...

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