Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Amy Stein prints available at 20x200

Taken from the Halloween in Harlem series by one of my faves Amy Stein.
These are hand made C-prints rather than the usual inkjet fare of 20x200, according to Amy's blog.
Loving the Powerpuff Girls.

Pricing structure and edition number structure seems a little bizarre - why is the 14"x11" in an edition of 250? And an edition of 50 for the 20"x16" seems a little high.
I preferred the old clean structure from back when I got this fantastic Brian Ulrich print, $200 for an edition of 20 and Brian even signed them on the back, not just on the cert.

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Alec and Carmen Soth Brighton Picture Hunt limited edition print

Like my previous post about Rinko Kawauchi Brighton Picture Hunt is another limited edition print produced by Photoworks Editions for the Brighton Photo Biennial exhibition Strange and Familiar: Three Views of Brighton, this one by Alec Soth, with the help of his daughter Carmen.
Once again it comes in a small edition of just 50 for only £150 and is signed and numbered on the reverse by Alec and Carmen Soth.
For more information and details of how to purchase go to the Photoworks website, or give them a call on 01273 607500.

Rinko Kawauchi Murmuration print

This new print by Rinko Kawauchi is taken from her Murmuration series which is part of the Strange & Familiar: Three Views of Brighton exhibition at this years Brighton Photo Biennial.
Commissioned by Photoworks Editions it comes as a signed and numbered limited edition of just 50 for an incredibly low price of £150.
For more information or to purchase go here or here. Don't miss this rare opportunity to own a real photograph by a world renowned photographer, at this price they surely won't last long.

Monday, 11 October 2010

Venus II by Annie Kevans

Annie Kevans is a young British artist who specialises in imagined portraits of famous people, her Boys series for her degree show, which featured portraits of dictators as young children, was bought in it's entirety by Charles Saatchi in 2004.
This painting is an original oil on paper from her All the Presidents Girls series which depicts mistresses of American Presidents. Venus was the lover of George Washington.
I bought this from FAS Contemporary Art in London a couple of years ago. Annie is no longer represented by this gallery, she now sells her work through the Perry Rubenstein gallery in New York.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

Ash Wednesday, New Orleans by Alec Soth

Ash Wednesday, New Orleans by Alec Soth. Photo book published in an edition of 500 by Japanese publisher Super Labo.

 Available in a standard edition and a limited edition of 20 than  comes with a signed and numbered  C-print. Both versions are still available at the time of writing, but are sure to sell out soon.