LeRoy Neiman Gallery: Hands-on Printmaking with Sanford Biggers
The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, home to the LeRoy Neiman Gallery, is known as a place that supports artists. It was founded in 1996 by a $6 million gift from Neiman and his wife, Janet, to Columbia’s School of the Arts.
In an age of digital reproduction, the Center offers a convincing argument for the enduring appeal of printmaking by hand and is notable for its nonprofit status and affiliation with a major university.
Sanford Biggers is a member of this year’s group.