Graphic Pull: Contemporary Prints from the Collection
October 29, 2020 – June 05, 2021
The Nasher Museum has launched its newest and most comprehensive virtual exhibition, Graphic Pull: Contemporary Prints from the Collection. Visitors can travel through six interactive gallery spaces—and also teleport to Wilson Pavilion, where contemporary prints create new conversations among historical works in The Collection Galleries.
Zooming in on works of art, visitors can see the smallest of details. Interactive wall labels include archival images, works of art that inspired the artists and other art historical information.
Throughout the tour, visitors will find specially curated videos of artists talking about their work and printmaking techniques. Associate Curator Molly Boarati gives a multimedia introduction of the exhibition she organized.
Two undergraduate Duke students assisted in the making of this tour. Abby Shlesinger, an intern in the Curatorial Department, assisted with copyediting and vetting videos. Jodi Yeh, an intern in the Engagement & Marketing Department, assisted with writing code, preparing image files and enhancing the user experience. At the Nasher Museum, Rachel Goodwin and J Caldwell also assisted with writing code.
This tour was created in partnership with Duke’s Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture and made possible by Mark Olson, assistant professor of the practice of Visual & Media Studies at Duke.
J Caldwell, staff photographer, videographer, social media manager, Nasher Museum
Alan Dippy, preparator, Nasher Museum
Mich Donovan, lead producer, Academic Media Production at Duke
Peter Paul Geoffrion, photographer, Nasher Museum
Rachel Goodwin, graphic designer and web content manager, Nasher Museum
Wendy Hower, director of engagement & marketing, Nasher Museum
Brad Johnson, exhibition designer, Nasher Museum
Julia McHugh, Trent A. Carmichael Curator of Academic Initiatives, Nasher Museum
Lee Nisbet, associate registrar and visual resources manager, Nasher Museum
Mark Olson, assistant professor of the practice of Visual & Media Studies at Duke
Abby Shlesinger, Duke Class of 2022, curatorial intern, Nasher Museum
Stephen Toback, media architect/senior producer, Academic Media Production at Duke
Jodi Yeh, Duke Class of 2022, web intern, Nasher Museum
Aaron Zalonis, assistant registrar and database manager, Nasher Museum
The Nasher Museum is fully open to the public with free admission for all, including Thursday nights and weekends. We strongly encourage all individuals to be fully vaccinated before visiting the Nasher.