Print Them All aims to bring you the finest art home. For this reason we love also collaborating with galleries and museums in order to give you a vast collection of limited editions lithographs by worldwide contemporary artists.
Recently, Print Them All collaborate with the prestigious Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMCO) in Geneva for the release of the lithograph "Magicalf" of the famous Swiss artist John M. Armleder. MAMCO, opened since 1994, is the largest Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Switzerland. Dedicated to art since the 1960s, it exhibits a collection of more than 3000 works and maintains close relationships with many Swiss and international artists. MAMCO has organized more than 600 exhibitions, including major retrospectives about John M Armleder, Sylvie Fleury, Martin Kippenberger, Jim Shaw, Marcia Hafif and Franz Erhard Walther, and more recently about Wade Guyton, Kelley Walker and William Leavitt.
From the collaboration between Print Them All and the Loft du 34 is born a beautiful lithograph named “Pink Blue Eyes Tiger” by the French artist Marko93. Loft du 34, a Parisian gallery created on 2006, aims to promote artists such as Marko93, which stem from the Urban art world.
Print Them All and Open Space gallery collaborate several times and each time something good came out of it, namely the lithograph “Falling Circle” by Robert Proch and “Madone” by Eric Lacan. Open Space Gallery aims to develop the contemporary urban art by supporting emerging and confirmed artists from the world art stage. Each artwork represented by Open Space Gallery have all in common that they stand out by their quality, and the lithographs created in collaboration with Print Them All make no exception.
Print Them All and Galerie Le Feuvre collaborated on two occasions: for the release of the first lithograph of the artist Sowat titled “Ars Longa Vita” and for the release of the lithograph “Age of Tomorrow” by the artist Mist. Galerie Le Feuvre, created in 2005 is a Gallery specialized in contemporary art which aims to find artists with a true hallmark and sincere and original artwork.
Print Them All and Wunderkammern Gallery get together for the release of the lithograph “Still Life of a Space Time” by the artist Thomas Canto. Wunderkammern first gallery opened his doors in 2008 in Rome and has now another gallery in Milano. Characterized by three main values, namely art research, professionalism and art market, Wunderkammern exhibits art pieces exploring themes related to the paradox, the marvelous, the connection between the inside and the outside. Themes that we can find on Thomas Canto’s art work.