Untitled Prints & Editions

Untitled Prints & Editions fine art Untitled Prints & Editions is an artist run, fine art print shop located in Los Angeles' Chinatown. Untitled Prints & Editions collaborates directly with artists to publish prints and multiples as well as contract printing.

Operating as usual

UP&E New shop
07/06/2018

UP&E New shop

techniques and projects from the shop
07/06/2018

techniques and projects from the shop

techniques and projects from the shop

07/08/2017

The shop has moved a few doors north on broadway. Ill have updated pictures and projects soon. A much better space that Im really excited to share.

Young Shepherd Surrendered To High Kill Shelter With His Favorite Toys, Cries Before He Sleeps
03/29/2017
Young Shepherd Surrendered To High Kill Shelter With His Favorite Toys, Cries Before He Sleeps

Young Shepherd Surrendered To High Kill Shelter With His Favorite Toys, Cries Before He Sleeps

It took a little over two months for Jordy’s family to decide once and for all that they didn’t want to make him a part of their lives anymore. And so on one sunny, California afternoon, they rounded up all his toys, some food, and his favorite blanket, and surrendered him to the Carson Animal Sheph...

Serious FunReallyLauren Bon, Sharon Ryan and Christine Wertheim 'drawing' it up at UP&E
03/05/2015

Serious Fun
Really
Lauren Bon, Sharon Ryan and Christine Wertheim 'drawing' it up at UP&E

David
10/20/2014

David

Thanks for the darkroom time Rich!

Etching, photography and Holography
09/24/2014

Etching, photography and Holography

Etching, photography and Holography

Darkroom timetaken during this last springs amazing poppy bloom at the California Poppy Reserves
09/23/2014

Darkroom time
taken during this last springs amazing poppy bloom at the California Poppy Reserves

07/10/2014
Untitled Prints & Editions

Untitled Prints & Editions

Please join UP&E this Saturday, July 12th!

Critique Program is pleased to present ‘Three Walls & a Window', an exhibition of culminating new work by 2013/2014 program participants: Michele Foyer, Jennifer Huang, Nancy Ivanhoe, and Amber Fawn Keig.

‘Three Walls & a Window’: Critique Program Exhibition located at:
Untitled Prints and Editions: 970 Broadway, Suite 112. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Opening date: July 12, 2014 from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Exhibition dates: July 12th –Aug 7th, Monday-Friday from 10:00am- 5:00pm or by appointment on weekends.

07/10/2014

Please join UP&E this Saturday, July 12th!

Critique Program is pleased to present ‘Three Walls & a Window', an exhibition of culminating new work by 2013/2014 program participants: Michele Foyer, Jennifer Huang, Nancy Ivanhoe, and Amber Fawn Keig.

‘Three Walls & a Window’: Critique Program Exhibition located at:
Untitled Prints and Editions: 970 Broadway, Suite 112. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Opening date: July 12, 2014 from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Exhibition dates: July 12th –Aug 7th, Monday-Friday from 10:00am- 5:00pm or by appointment on weekends.

07/10/2014
The Sound We See: Lisa mart & Paolo Davanzo at TEDxUCLA

The Sound We See: Lisa mart & Paolo Davanzo at TEDxUCLA

Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr are filmmakers/musicians/writers/educators whose work is a catalyst for creative collaboration and positive social change. They t...

Strawberry Flag
05/27/2014

Strawberry Flag

The Metabolic Studio would like to thank the veterans for their service--and we pay our respects to all those who have sacrificed for the greater good.

Printmakers Open Forum
05/27/2014

Printmakers Open Forum

Shop tour 5.26.2014

Emilie Patteson, Artist
05/27/2014

Emilie Patteson, Artist

GLINT residency at Canberra Glassworks and Megalo Print Studio

Untitled Prints & Editions
01/20/2014

Untitled Prints & Editions

Untitled Prints & Editions
01/20/2014

Untitled Prints & Editions

Ella standing guard

Untitled Prints & Editions
01/20/2014

Untitled Prints & Editions

Felicity Powell, drawing at UP&E
01/15/2014

Felicity Powell, drawing at UP&E

01/11/2014
The Albumen Print: Photographic Processes

The Albumen Print: Photographic Processes

As the predominant print method in the 1850s-1890s, the albumen print process introduced the rise of the great industrial photographic houses. Egg whites wer...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
01/11/2014

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Featured Artwork of the Day: William Bell (American (born England) 1831–1910) | Grand Canyon, Colorado River, Near Paria Creek, Looking West | 1872 http://met.org/19rFiBm

Ella standing guard
01/11/2014

Ella standing guard

Felicity Powell, drawing at UP&E
01/11/2014

Felicity Powell, drawing at UP&E

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
01/05/2014

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Don’t miss the Met’s first exhibition devoted to one of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography, Julia Margaret Cameron. Her vivid portraits are on view through Sunday. See works in the exhibition on our website: http://met.org/1jnfOsR

Julia Margaret Cameron (British, 1815–1879) | Christabel | 1866

L A Print Space
01/05/2014

L A Print Space

Andi Arnovitz
ACID! series
Etching, Aquatint, Sugar Lift, Spit-bite
2013
Andi Arnovitz was born in Missouri in 1959 and immigrated to Israel in 1999. Arnovitz has been featured in Exhibitions and Magazines around the world, and has work in collections in the United States, Europe, and Israel.

L A Print Space
01/05/2014

L A Print Space

Avital Cnaani
Black Fields series
Scraped Aquatint
2012
Avital Cnaani was born in 1978 and currently lives and works in Tel Aviv. Cnaani has had work displayed in galleries and museums in countries all around the world including the United States, Germany, Korea, Taiwan, and Israel.

L A Print Space
01/05/2014

L A Print Space

Our next opening is right around the corner! Our Student Invitational exhibit opening is next Thursday from 5-8:30 pm.

L A Print Space
01/05/2014

L A Print Space

Some of our students with their work!

Washington Printmakers Gallery
01/05/2014

Washington Printmakers Gallery

Print of the Day 1/3/2013
"NHM Refractions v4.2" by Bevan De Wet

This monotype is one of many prints showing in this month's South African Voices exhibit, which opened on Jan. 2. Please come take a look at this fantastic show this weekend!

George Eastman Museum
01/05/2014

George Eastman Museum

Some things haven’t changed—January in Western New York! [photo by Lewis W. Hine]

See more #winterwonderland photos from the collection on the Dodge & Burn Tumblr: http://bit.ly/DodgeBurn

While Dad is drawing the digital camera went missing...These are some of what came back with the camera.
01/04/2014

While Dad is drawing the digital camera went missing...
These are some of what came back with the camera.

While Dad is drawing the digital camera went missing...
These are some of what came back with the camera.

shaking off the cobwebs
01/04/2014

shaking off the cobwebs

shaking off the cobwebs

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982 N Broadway
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90012

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Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm

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Founder and master printer Richard Nielsen opened the doors of Untitled Prints & Editions, https://www.untitledprintsandeditions.com/, (UP&E) in January of 2011 in order to provide a physical interface for the community at large to investigate collaborative printmaking. UP&E’s seeks to focus attention on the art of printmaking akin to what legendary June Wayne of The Tamarind Lithography Workshop (http://tamarind.unm.edu/archives.html) (Tamarind) began in 1959 in Los Angeles. Due to the overwhelming popularity of offset printing, when June began Tamarind there were no true American collaborative lithographic master print makers and Tamarind was created to “rescue” the dying art of lithography.

For over a decade up until 1970, and fully funded by the Ford Foundation, Tamarind provided extensive, high-quality training to printers, mainly through pairing them with established artists who were invited for two weeks at a time to make prints, often their first. Tamarind reached thousands of artists from all over the world through these collaborative efforts and its’ success can be pointed to as an example of the importance of the nonprofit community print studio. Even more prominently felt today with the rise of digital technologies, the art of the printed collaberation has been slowly losing ground over time, making UP&E efforts, like Tamarind was in its’ day, an important institution in Los Angeles.

Because with the relocation of Tamarind to New Mexico, the blue chip status of Gemini G.E.L., [there are a number of highly successful first generation for profit spin offs of Tamarind in Los Angeles including Ken Tyler’s Gemini G.E.L. (http://www.geminigel.com)], Richard Nielsen, a second generation spin off (his Emily Carr College of Art and Design professor Bob Evermon was a graduate of Tamarind), seeks to follow in the original Tamarind model and organize UP&E as a nonprofit community print shop.


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CALL TO ARTISTS! Submissions are now being accepted for the 13th Annual California Centered: Printmaking Exhibition, which will show at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center. Entry deadline is March 9th, 2019! Click on the link below...