Welcome to the strangely hypnotic world of the lithograph through the lens of David Lynch's camera. Cult filmmaker David Lynch made a short film last year during a printing of one of his lithographs at the fine art printing studio, Idem, located in the Montparnasse district in Paris. It has the caption on it, "Murdered Woman in Burning Car."(Idem) is an important venue for leading international artists to bring their inspiration and creativity to the world of lithography. In this large 15,000 square foot studio with its gleaming glass roof, visiting artists work collaboratively with master printers in the production of unique print editions. Drawing on their long years of experience, these master printers guide the artist through the entire printing process, suggesting innovative and experimental...
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