Deb Chaney Editions - Brooklyn, NY

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Deb Chaney Editions, located in Brooklyn, NY specializes in fine art lithographic printmaking using traditional stone, plate, and photo processes. Deborah Chaney-Guilbaud is a Tamarind Master Printer with extensive experience collaborating and printing with artists from all over the globe to produce fine art limited editions of lithographs.

 

She has experience working in numerous printmaking workshops, including the Tamarind Institute, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in NY, NY, and La Ceiba Gráfica in Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico. In addition to collaborative printing, she has taught lithography at Pratt Institute, as well as The New York Academy of Art, and has taught workshops at Anderson Ranch Art Center, Penland School of Craft, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, and Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca, Mexico.

Deb Chaney Editions is now collaborating with Ateliers Stéphane Guilbaud on new projects with artists utilizing their combined studios in Brooklyn, NY, Paris, and La Force, France. 

They are available for contract printing services and are also producing and publishing work by their own curated roster of artists as D&S Editions.

In addition, they offer workshops and residencies in their studio in La Force in the southwest of France. These residencies are for artists wanting to learn the art and technique of lithography as well as other print media, or to have concentrated time creating and printing their own artwork with expert assistance available as needed.  

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Ateliers Stéphane Guilbaud - Paris, France

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Stéphane Guilbaud began his career in lithography at Atelier Desjobert in Paris 1979. He then moved on to work at Art Estampe as chef d'atelier, and then collaborative printer for the Guerlain Foundation. The following 15 years, he would be the director/owner of Atelier Arts Litho, and offer his knowledge and experience to numerous artists, galleries and international publishers. Here Stéphane forged his expertise, his eye, and shaped his craft and has enabled himself to build his current studios, Ateliers Stephane Guilbaud located in the Viaduc des Arts in the 12th arrondissement, as well as in La Force, in the southwest of France. 

 

Over his decades long career he has collaborated alongside contemporaries such as Zao Wou Ki, Pierre Alechinsky, Oliver Debré, Francis Bacon, Arman, Daniel Authouart, as well as Corneille, Vladimir Velickovic, Zhang Xiao Gang, Yue Minjun, Yan Pei Ming, and Astrid de La  Forest.  More recent artists include Gérard Garouste, Fabrice Hyber, Damien Deroubaix, Barthélémy Toguo, Ernest Pignon Ernest, Hervé Dirosa, James Rielly, Otto Piene, Art Spiegelman, and Enki Bilal.

 

A member of the Grands Ateliers de France, in 2010 Stéphane received the title "Maitre d'Art", With this title, he is training the printers of tomorrow through internships and apprenticeships, transmitting his knowledge and the art of collaborative printing .  

The studio is a team and along with Deborah and Stéphane, our stellar team includes Thomas Marin, Mathilde Busch, and Louise Roy. 

La Force, Bergerac

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In addition to the Paris studio, Ateliers Stéphane Guilbaud includes a studio located in the Dordogne region in the southwest of France, called La Force, a village, one hour from Bordeaux. This studio is equipped with presses for litho, relief, monotype, and etching, but also specializes in large format work using both stone and photo processes, on a large flatbed litho press which prints up to 47" x 63" (120x160cm) sheet size as well as large format etching presses. 

Only 3 of these large Voirin presses exist in France.  Dating back to 1860 when the first subway lines were built in Paris, they were used to create large scale broadside poster advertisements for the new metro line. 

 

Rescued from being destroyed, Stéphane moved this press to La Force in 2008 and has worked with numerous artists desiring to work on the large stone. The first of whom was Pierre Alechinsky.

 

Facilities and Equipment include:

2 Lithographic French Hand Presses - 24"x32" (60x80cm), 32"x40" (80x115")

1 Voirin Marinoni Flatbed Press - 47"x63" (120x160cm)

3 Etching Presses - Le Deuil hand press -  18"x24" (40x60cm) , motorized- 48"x98" (125x250cm), hand press 53"x78" (135x200cm)

Stanhope relief /typo press - 22"x30" (56x76cm)

Stones and Photolitho plates 

Takach inking rollers, brayers

Leather rollers

Letterpress type library

Light table

Graining sink

Book press and binding tools

Painting easels 

See more photos and videos by visiting www.stephaneguilbaud.com