French Printmaker Anaïck Moriceau and ArtSFBlog Founder Pablo de Pinho Curate a Group Exhibit

Jun 15, 2018 - Jun 17, 2018Studio/Space, San Francisco

SÉRIGRAPHIES is an upcoming show held in an unnamed studio/show space at 1015 Pacific Ave in San Francisco. The show focuses on bringing a new light of graphic work to San Francisco, done in the form of screenprints by French master printmaker Anaïck Moriceau. This show will feature some of the most prominent graphic artists and illustrators of the world today. Read below for some short bios of the exhibiting artists and the show's curator, Pablo de Pinho.

William Luz, based in London, England, is a multitalented artist, printmaker, designer, sculptor, publisher, writer, musician and ceramist. 

Mrzyk & Moriceau are an artist-duo composed of Petra Mrzyk and Jean François Moriceau that began collaborating in 1999. They have shown at Ratio 3 Gallery, San Francisco and LACMA in Los Angeles.

Jessica Hans is a ceramist, sculptor based in Philadelphia PA. Her ceramic process and materials are unlike any other. Iris de Mouy is an illustrator and author. She began her career in 2000 and has studied at the ESAG (Ecole Superieure d’Arts Graphiques) in Paris and at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki.

In 2015, Iris de Mouy was an artist in residence at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, Japan.

Harrisson is Joel Vermont, based in Brussels, Belgium Since 1993. He is a graphic designer and teached typography and graphic design at (ERG - Brussels, Art2 – Mons) since 2003.

Adam Higton is an illustrator based in York, England with a cult following. His works has been published among many great small publishers including Nieves in Switzerland.

Pablo de Pinho, the curator of the show, is a painter and curator by trade, based in San Francisco, California. He is the founder of ArtSFBlog, and Tempo, an art and design store in San Francisco.