"Contemporary Ukiyo-e" Project
5 artists from NYC

"Contemporary Ukiyo-e" is an international creative project in order to preserve and bring alive woodcut printing techniques. The contemporary artists participating in this project work like Hokusai or Hiroshige with modern-day artisans. Five artists based in NYC also participate in this project. Each of them succeeded in drawing for contemporary ukiyo-e with a deep understanding of the techniques of woodcut printing and collaborating with the artisans.

<p>Linda Herritt</p>

Linda Herritt is an artist. Numerous key galleries and museums such as RULE Gallery, Marfa have featured Linda Herritt's work in the past. Linda Herritt has been featured in articles for Art F City and Arte Fuse. Herritt is the recipient of a Brooklyn Artists Fund Grant for 2017. Her installations and drawings have been exhibited in one and two person exhibitions at the Smack Mellon and the Boiler (Pierogi), Brooklyn, New York; Valentine Gallery, Queens, New York; the Peter Fingesten Gallery, New York; 1K Project Space, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Pierogi, Brooklyn, New York; the San Francisco Art Institute, California; Florence Lynch Gallery, New York; The Frist Center for the Arts, Nashville, Tennessee; and Art&Idea, Mexico City, Mexico.