Detail from "Biwa," screenprint on textile by Serena Perrone. She specializes in melding images recalling Japanese Edo woodcuts with domestic Western objects and architecture.

Detail from "Biwa," screenprint on textile by Serena Perrone. She specializes in melding images recalling Japanese Edo woodcuts with domestic Western objects and architecture.

Serena Perrone.  Intaglio, monotype, silkscreen, letterpress.  2010

Serena Perrone. Intaglio, monotype, silkscreen, letterpress. 2010

Serena Perrone

Available for sale from Cade Tompkins Projects, Serena Perrone, Due North Two-color etching with aquatint, spit bite and hand coloring, 15 × 18 in

Serena Perrone.  A Volcano Pilgrim in Exchange for Fire.  2010.

A Volcano Pilgrim in Exchange for Fire.

Serena Perrone - Blossom

Serena Perrone - Blossom

Serena Perrone - Biwa

This is my second work made at the Fabric Workshop and Museum. "Biwa" is a three-color two-way repeat pattern.

Serena Perrone

Serena Perrone employs various techniques ranging from printmaking and drawing to photography and writing to reflect on personal mythologies, examine differing forms of nostalgia, recount stories of d

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