Support was provided for the exhibition, Chuck Close: Process and Collaboration, which was conceived by the Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum at the University of Houston. The exhibition features 125 portraits produced from 1972-2002, and includes major forms of traditional, non-photo-based printmaking such as intaglio, woodblock, linocut reduction blocks, lithographs, and silkscreen.
After its debut at the Blaffer, the exhibition will travel to ten other venues, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; the Miami Art Museum, Florida; and the Orange County Museum of Art, California.
Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston, Texas
Chuck Close: Process and Collaboration