Golden Art Editions
We have launched our new program ‘Golden Art Editions’, Tuesday 1 October, 2013.
Our definition of a ‘Golden Art Edition’ is:
- a limited art edition;
- created by a leading established or emerging artist;
- released at least 2 years ago;
- and is in our opinion, miraculously not sold out yet.
We will offer you each Tuesday and each Thursday at 4PM CEST, a new Golden Art Edition.
We offer these Golden Art Editions, in close cooperation with their publishers, for a limited time of 2 weeks per edition.
Please note: you can order these Golden Art Editions, during this 2 week period, only via our website.
Matthew Brannon, 2010. Favorite
Medium: Silkscreen print
Size: 60,1 x 45,75 cm / 23,66 x 17,71 in
Edition of 125
Signed and numbered
(Please note that the smaller 2nd image represent the true colors of the print)
Shipping Europe: EXPIRED
Shipping USA and rest of the world: EXPIRED
- This Special Offer is only valid during the period Thursday 3 October, 4 PM CEST – Thursday 17 October, 4 PM CEST, 2013.
- All sales is final. No returns.
- Limited quantities available! Limited to 1 per person/household/company.
- Payment by bank transfer, within 5 business days after invoice.
- Location of the artwork: European Union.
You can order this lovely limited edition Matthew Brannon print HERE
About: Matthew Brannon (°1971, New York) gets inspired by everyday objects and disposable items such as take-out-menus, advertisements and posters as well as slips-of-the-tongue and overheard conversations. Elements from these sources are reworked in highly original designs. Brannon makes paintings, prints, spatial installations and sound works. For his works on paper he uses slightly antiquated or labour-intensive techniques such as letterpress or screen prints. His compositions combine in a special way recognizable images with poetic fragments.
Matthew Brannon presents an inventive visual language which the onlooker can easily recognize. At first glance his works show a certain elegance, but at the same time they contain a humorous and social undercurrent. His spatial installations are much like the scene of a crime in a noir film, where familiar objects are arranged in mysterious configurations. His works conjure up the modern metropolis, such as airports, hotels and impersonal public spaces and invite the viewer to find new meanings to familiar elements.
Selected Solo Exibitions
2013 Department Store at Night (Five Impossible Films, I), Marino Marini Museum, Florence
Matthew Brannon: Midlife Crisis Intermission, Glen Horowitz, East Hampton, New York
2012 The Ventriloquist, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
2011 Gentleman’s Relish, Casey Kaplan, New York, NY
*A Question Answered with a Quote, Portikus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
2011/2010 The Inevitable and The Unnecessary, Gió Marconi Gallery, Milan
2010 Wit’s End, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Reservations, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraitchtal, Germany
2009 Nevertheless, The Approach, London, England
2008 The Question is a Compliment, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Grandmothers, Galleria Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy
2007 *Where Were We, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York, NY
Try and Be Grateful, AGYU, Art Gallery of York University/Toronto, ,Toronto, Canada
2006 Cum Together, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Shoegazers & Graverobbers, Art 37 Basel: Statements, David Kordansky Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
Hyena, Jan Winkelmann / Berlin, Berlin, Germany
2005 Meat Eating Plants, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Penetration, Jan Winkelmann / Berlin, Berlin, Germany
2004 If Direction is a Look (with Sarah Morris), Galería Javier López, Madrid, Spain
Exhausted Blood & Imitation Salt, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY
2003 Tatum O’Neal’s Birthday Party, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
2000 Soft Rock, Künsterhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
If you represent a publisher and have one or more editions, which you think fit to be included in our ‘Golden Art Editions’ program, just send us a message