Diane Villani Editions was founded in 1980 to publish and exhibit prints by emerging American artists. There is also a varied inventory of prints by contemporary masters and works of special interest by other publishers, most notably Landfall Press and Cirrus Editions, both of which we represent in New York.
Amy Wilson received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 1995 and her MFA from Yale University in 1997. Her drawings explore the tensions between her inner life and the exterior world, incorporating personal stories and observations along with commentary about current events both personal and newsworthy. Her small-scale watercolor drawings, etchings, and books feature tiny, hand-written texts and an ever-changing cast of talkative girls. Wilson has had solo shows at BravinLee Programs, Bellwether Gallery, MoMA-PS1, and The Drawing Center, and has participated in group exhibitions at PS1/MOMA, The Drawing Center, Josee Bienvenue Gallery, and the Grolier Club (all in New York) and the Pera Museum (Istanbul). She teaches She teaches drawing and art history at the School of Visual Arts, New York.