High Museum Exhibition ‘The Plot Thickens’ Showcases The History Of Printmaking

Hans Friedrich Grohs' "Die Siebenhardenbeliebung" is on display at the "The Plot Thickens" exhibit at the High Museum.
Hans Friedrich Grohs’ “Die Siebenhardenbeliebung” is on display at the “The Plot Thickens” exhibit at the High Museum.

The High Museum’s latest exhibition “The Plot Thickens” showcases the history of printmaking.

The show displays six series of prints, which include etchings, lithographs and woodcuts. The focus is storytelling.

Claudia Einecke is the High Museum’s curator of European art. She joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes recently to discuss the exhibition.

She explained how she came up with the idea for “The Plot Thickens,” which will be on view through May 3 at the High.

This story was originally published with audio on WABE.org.

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