Drawing has become an increasingly important part of my art practice, and this weekend, four etching editions produced during a stimulating�residency at Counterproof Press�(located on the campus of the University of Connecticut at Storrs) will be on display in�”Editions+Friends,� a collaborative project organized by�Theodore:Art in Bushwick. The etchings – jumbled interpretations of geometric forms observed in�everyday life – are beautifully printed by master printer and amazing artist�Laurie Sloan, and have never been shown�in New York.�Four copies of the Good Morning Drawings, an artist book created in conjunction with a�summer exhibition at SEASON in Seattle, will also be available. I’m very excited to show my�work alongside editions�by talented friends, including Michelle Vaughan, Oliver Wasow, Christopher Moss, Andrew Witkin, Alastair Duncan, and Richard Paul, and many others.
Organized by self-described print geek Stephanie Theodore, this fantastic�weekend event will feature�curated collections of independent art print and book publishers.�Jane Simpson of Galerie Simpson, Swansea (UK), Russell Calabrese and Tom Jones of Editions Fawbush, New York, and Markie Speyer and Jacqueline Cantu of Ginger�have all been invited to participate.�
From the press release:
Theodore:Art will present a curated selection of multiples and prints by gallery artists Sharon Butler, Michelle Vaughan, Oliver Wasow, Christopher Moss, Andrew Witkin, Alastair Duncan, Richard Paul, as well as a curated selection, +Friends, featuring edition works and prints from artist and gallery friends, including Studio 10, Lennon Weinberg, Norte Maar, and others. +Friends will include�works by Lara Nasser, Elissa Levy, Karen Lederer, Willem de Kooning, H.C. Westermann, Meg Hitchcock, and others.
Editions Fawbush is pleased to join a few of our publishing colleagues for a print exhibition weekend in Bushwick coinciding with Print Week. Editions Fawbush (est. 1997), was formed to continue the publishing venture of its namesake Joe Fawbush, himself a print publisher since 1985. Skewing towards the conceptual in nature, EF’s projects have embraced the established as well as the younger artists in today’s print market, editioning multiples & works on paper in equal measure.
For this outing, Editions Fawbush brings a small selection of past projects, including works by Kamrooz Aram, Sue De Beer, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Eve Fowler, Wayne Gonzales, Alexander Ross, Shahzia Sikander, John F. Simon, Jr. & Richard Tuttle. Fawbush projects have been acquired for the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and the New York Public Library, NY, the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL among others.
Galerie Simpson Publishing was established by artist Jane Simpson in 2012, producing limited edition artworks in collaboration with artist friends, including Angela de la Cruz, Georgie Hopton, Gary Hume, Jamie Reid, Gavin Turk amongst others.
After re-locating to her hometown of Swansea her studio organically�developed into an artist�s run gallery, Galerie Simpson (Swansea) opening in July 2014. In order to support this non profit gallery and in the spirit of a DIY fundraising, the Galerie Simpson Selection Box has been devised. An instant art collection with editions by some of the biggest names in the British Art World, all of which have been created especially and donated. Focusing on the handmade detail, including lino cuts, wood block and silkscreen, to gold plated sculptures, cast resin, vegetable prints, and digital prints. Artists included are; Fiona Banner, Sir Peter Blake, Angela de la Cruz, Abigail Fallis, Tom Gidley, Georgie Hopton, Rachel Howard , Des Hughes, Gary Hume, Catrin Saran James, Michael Landy, Simon Periton, Jamie Reid, Jane Simpson, Sarah Staton, Gavin Turk, Rachel Whiteread & Clare Woods. Each Box comes in an exquisite hand crafted box, which measures slightly larger than A4 and each of the 50 produced contains 18 works, all signed and numbered by the artists. These works are available individually.
Ginger maps networks of creative people. In keeping with the logic of a network, all of the contributors are referred by an editor or contributor from a previous issue. As a feminist publication, we are committed to supporting the work of self-identified women and queer/trans/gender non-conforming individuals and strive to share the experiences and distinctive voices of those who identify as such. Our goal is to produce a zine with a diverse range of forms, content, and viewpoints. Jacqueline Cantu + Markee Speyer co-founded Ginger together in the spring of 2015, and just published the tenth issue.
“Editions + Friends,� Theodore:Art, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY. October 27-29, 2017 /�RECEPTION Friday October 27, 6-9 PM �/�Special hours Friday-Saturday 1-8 PM, Sunday 1-6 pm /�For information and images, please contact Stephanie Theodore at�firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 966-4324.