Harmony Korine prints ‘Killa Klan’ *SOLD*

Harmony Korine, Killa Klan, 2014.Harmony Korine, Killa Klan, 2014.  SOLD OUT
Medium: archival inkjet printon canvas, stretched over a 1.5" wooden frame and wired for hanging.
Size: 16" x 20"
Edition of 50
Signed by the artist and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity that is signed by a founding member of Exhibition A.
Framing option is 3/4" wide by 1" deep black frame, with signature cut-out in back.
Price: $250 unframed
Price: $345 framed

Harmony Korine, Killa Klan 2, 2014.Harmony Korine, Killa Klan 2, 2014.    SOLD OUT
Medium: archival inkjet printon canvas, stretched over a 1.5" wooden frame and wired for hanging.
Size: 16" x 20"
Edition of 50
Signed by the artist and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity that is signed by a founding member of Exhibition A.
Framing option is 3/4" wide by 1" deep black frame, with signature cut-out in back.
Price: $250 unframed
Price: $345 framed

These limited edition Harmony Korine prints are available at Exhibition A

Harmony Korine is one of the few artists working in American cinema today. His solo show at Gagosian on Park Ave & 75, Shooters, presents his most recent "Starburst" and "Loop" paintings. Harmony first rose to prominence with his script for Kids in the 1990s. He went deeply experimental with films like Gummo, Trash Humpers, Mister Lonely, and Julien Donkey-Boy. His books include A Crack Up at the Race Riots; Pass the Bitch Chicken, a collaboration with Christopher Wool; and Train Yourself to Lose, a project with Dan Colen. The buzzed-about film, Spring Breakers, was chosen to compete for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. He lives in Nashville with his wife Rachel and daughter Lefty.

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