IN THE MEDIA

"AN OPEN BOOK"
in Printmaking Today Magazine, September 2020

Dr. Sarah Bodman opens up the generous narrative spaces in the tactile artists' books by Katerina Kyselica that demand to be handled.

"What draws me to this etching is its offbeat playfulness. By choosing to crop the columns of squares and orient them at an angle, Kyselica is giving life to a sort of imagery that we’re accustomed to perceiving as stagnant. The focus here is primarily on the square in the corner that has broken away from the pack, which maintains a dominant visual tension in the print. It is easy to imagine it clicking into its reserved square spot, but its isolation is what preserves the print’s level of interest."

 

- Rachel Gordon, International Print Center New York

Katerina Kyselica's etching Untitled (Squares 6), 2014, New Prints 2014 / Summer juried exhibition at International Print Center New York

 

 

 
NEW ARTIST'S BOOK FOR THE VACLAV HAVEL LIBRARY FOUNDATION
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Katerina Kyselica was commissioned, for the forth time, by the Vaclav Havel Library Foundation in New York City to create an award for their 2022 edition of Disturbing the Peace Award to a Courageous Writer at Risk. Her new artist's book entitled Disturbing the Peace was presented to the 2022 winner, Ukrainian writer and journalist Andrey Kurkov on September 22 during the 2022 Benefit Gala. 

 

KATERINA

KYSELICA