Artwork Sales and Research Partners Program
Graphicstudio artwork displayed in this website are for sale unless otherwise noted. If you are interested in particular works, please contact Kristin Soderqvist at (813) 974-3503, FAX (813) 974-2579 or at email@example.com.
Each Graphicstudio edition bears the Graphicstudio chop and is accompanied by a Documentation Sheet, signed by the artist, which attests to the size of the edition and describes its process of creation.
The Graphicstudio Chop: The image of the sunburst is embossed on all of our print editions and is debossed with a steel die onto our sculpture editions. The chop is our sign and seal that the work is registered and authentic.
We accept checks and money orders, made out to USF Research Foundation. We also accept MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Discover credit cards for sales made within the State of Florida. For purchases made outside of the State of Florida, we accept VISA, Mastercard, cash or checks for payment. Title to works does not transfer until paid in full. We are also able to provide information for wire transfers for International clients.
We do not accept orders or payment for artwork through this website. Please call (813) 974-3503 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment.
Packing and Shipping
The purchaser is responsible for packing, shipping and insurance charges; estimate upon request.
Discounts for multiple purchases to individual buyers, or to galleries, museums or art consultants may be applicable.
Graphicstudio Research Partners Program
Contributions to the Graphicstudio Research Partners Program provide critical funding for the support of artist residencies for collaborative research and the production of innovative artworks. Graphicstudio, founded in 1968 as a non-profit, university-based, art making facility, remains committed to aesthetic and technical research in the visual arts. Leading artists are invited to work in Graphicstudio’s state-of-the-art studios in collaboration with expert artisans to create works on paper including lithographs, etchings, photogravures, digital prints, and books and sculpture multiples in a variety of materials.
In recognition of its excellence, The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., has acquired and maintains an archive of Graphicstudio editions. Graphicstudio’s productions are also collected across the world by leading museums and collectors such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Israel Museum and Mamco, Geneva, among others.
In recognition of their participation with a contribution of $7,000 (annually), Research Partners receive six offerings of artworks that may be purchased for an ‘at cost’ fee (the cost of production) of $500 each (plus tax if applicable). The initial contribution of ($7,000) plus the cost of all six projects ($3,000) brings the total to $10,000 plus Florida sales tax (if applicable).
This program is an opportunity to create a collection or add depth to an existing one while supporting Graphicstudio’s continuing research mission.
Graphicstudio Research Partners Benefits
In addition to the six offerings of artworks, Partners also receive:
· Up to 30% discount on select Graphicstudio productions.
· At cost archival packaging for long-term storage of artworks upon request.
· VIP Invitations to lectures by curators, scholars and Graphicstudio artists.
· Exclusive previews and events at Graphicstudio and the USF Contemporary Art Museum.
Research Partners Availability
The number of Partners is limited to 30. Renewals are offered to current supporters on a first right of refusal. If a current member chooses not to renew their participation, a letter of invitation is sent to the next individual on thewaiting list.
For more information on the Graphicstudio Research Partners Program, contact Kristin Soderqvist at (813) 974-3503.
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USFCAM and Graphicstudio are Closed all University and State of Florida holidays and occasionally between exhibitions. Please check our CAM exhibitions schedule before your visit to the museum, or call 813-974-4133.
Alex Katz Catalog
USF Institute for Research in Art has published an artist's catalog in conjunction with the CAM exhibition Alex Katz. This catalog along with other publications can be purchased at CAM's Museum Store. Also please visit Graphicstudio’s Alex Katz page.
Los Carpinteros Catalog
USF Institute for Research in Art has published an extensive catalog on the Cuban collaborative of artists known as Los Carpinteros. They have produced work at Graphicstudio, and had an exhibition, Los Carpinteros: Inventing the World, at the USF Contemporary Art Museum in 2005. This catalog along with other publications can be purchased at CAM's Museum Store.
Questions? If you have any questions about Graphicstudio or a work of art you see on this site please email Graphicstudio. If you have difficulty with any part of this site, please email the Webmaster.
Copyright and Reproduction
The electronic images available on this site are subject to copyright and may be covered by other restrictions as well. The images are made available to the general public as a representation of work produced at USF Graphicstudio. Copy or redistribution in any manner for commercial use is not permitted. Anyone wishing to use any of these images for commercial use, publication, or for any purpose other than personal fair use must first request and receive prior written permission from the University of South Florida Institute for Research in Art. Please contact Director of Marketing and Sales Kristin Soderqvist at 813.974.5871 for more information.