Wednesday, November 26, 2008

PULSE Miami and Compound Editions

Ahhh, the Holidays...warm friendly gatherings with those you love---

We're rendevousing at Newark Airport at what time A.M.?"

---the exchange of packages---

OK, so FedEx this one to the hotel to arrive on Monday, this directly to the fair to arrive on Tuesday, and if this one comes in Wednesday (dear Lord it had better come in Wednesday) overnight it priority hand delivery to me, got it?"

---and tidings of charity---

So you're charging $79.00 a night up until the fair begins, but then $478.00 each night until Sunday? Do we get a room with actual glass in the window this time?"

Actually, we have much to be thankful for this year. We're very happy to be joining our good friends at the PULSE Miami Art Fair next week (we only get to see some of the folks we adore there once every year), and we're thrilled to be presenting 3 installations by Christopher K. Ho, Sarah Peters, and Andy Yoder, as well as a new work by Jennifer Dalton. (Come visit us in booth A-301!)

In addition, it is my extreme pleasure to announce that Schroeder Romero and Winkleman Gallery are collaborating on a new multiples publishing venture. Under the name Compound Editions, we are pleased to launch this new project with a collaboration whose mere mention is sure to cause fidgeting throughout the art world. That's right---it's a match made in hell---Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida have joined forces. For details and images of Our Condolences, Volume 1, their first joint effort, see the Compound Editions blog.

Labels: Art Fairs, gallery artists


Anonymous n said...

ouch. that philly one hurts.

11/26/2008 02:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Cedric Casp said...

I guess this work is actually bitchy for the young art dealers.
For the big ones I would have added "Sorry you had to close your second spot"....(inside: It's a shame when you think it had just recently opened).

Most here look like inside artworld jokes but the 5th card
(front) would make a good painting.

Cedric C

11/26/2008 03:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are kind of cute, but they're more like cartoons in the New Yorker than art editions that someone would want to buy for $150 a box.

11/26/2008 03:33:00 PM  
Blogger nathaniel said...

Hi Ed - hope you're well and have a nice weekend planned. Love the new printmaking venture! I think it's always a nice idea to explore older media with new ideas, but prints especially make sense in this economy (I keep telling myself this as well). Good luck with it!

11/26/2008 04:40:00 PM  
Blogger Edward_ said...

more like cartoons in the New Yorker than art editions that someone would want to buy for $150 a box.

Hmmm....maybe we should raise the price... :-)

11/26/2008 04:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We're so sorry you have to go...."
"Best of luck in a smaller pond."
LMAO! So f'n brutal.

11/29/2008 02:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

William POW-in-hiding


imho, well worth the money

11/29/2008 07:46:00 AM  
Blogger Balhatain said...

Hope to stop by Ed. :)
myartspace has two booths at Bridge Miami. I'm excited.

11/30/2008 04:53:00 PM  
Blogger Lisa Hunter said...

The cards are hilarious.

12/05/2008 12:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Iinteresting that you've been encouraging people to buy editions and multiples recently "because of the recession" and now here you are, launching a line of multiples.

12/06/2008 03:08:00 PM  
Blogger Edward_ said...

Interesting that I would facilitate following my own advice? What? Should I say one thing and do another? If you watch closely, you'll see me follow through with my other advice as well.

To be clear, I find your insinuation highly it is best for you to remain anonymous.

12/07/2008 10:46:00 AM  
Blogger Catherine Chandler said...

Compound Editions sounds interesting.

Thank you for the podcast at Bad at Sports! Still listening to it and love it!

12/07/2008 02:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Ed why don't you undermine yourself and self destruct in the name of purity.

I mean what a sell out!


12/08/2008 11:57:00 AM  

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