In 1964 Drue Heinz made a gift to The Paris Review to enable the magazine to initiate a series of prints and posters by major contemporary artists, the purpose of which was to encourage works in the print medium while publicizing The Paris Review.
We have partnered with Artspace to bring you twenty-five of these prints, including works by Donald Baechler, Louise Bourgeois, and Kim MacConnel. Check out the full collection here.

In 1964 Drue Heinz made a gift to The Paris Review to enable the magazine to initiate a series of prints and posters by major contemporary artists, the purpose of which was to encourage works in the print medium while publicizing The Paris Review.

We have partnered with Artspace to bring you twenty-five of these prints, including works by Donald Baechler, Louise Bourgeois, and Kim MacConnel. Check out the full collection here.

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