Limited Art Editions
2015 TAG Limited Art Edition
Rosalind Fox Solomon
Archival pigment print
15 ½ x 15 ½ inches
8-ply mat + granite welded metal frame + uv plexi
23 ½ x 23 inches
Edition of 15 + 3 AP’s
© Rosalind Fox Solomon, www.rosalindsolomon.com
Courtesy of Bruce Silverstein Gallery
Acclaimed American artist Rosalind Fox Solomon has generously donated a limited edition of 15 archival prints, created especially for TAG. We are pleased to offer donors of $6,500 or more one of these very special prints, as available. Celebrated for her portraits and for her connection to human suffering, ritual, survival, and struggle, her work has been shown in nearly 30 solo exhibitions and 100 group exhibitions, and is in the collections of over 50 museums worldwide. Rosalind Fox Solomon's work is included in Art AIDS America, a group exhibition organized by the Tacoma Art Museum in partnership with The Bronx Museum of the Arts, July 13 to September 25th, 2016. On October 23rd at Carnegie Hall, Ms. Solomon will receive a Lucie Honoree Award for “Outstanding achievement in Portraiture”.
Our definition of portrait is not limited to the physical body, but also to the document and ‘portrait of a place or subject.'
Each year, at its annual Research in Action Awards, TAG presents a new, limited edition artwork, generously donated by a highly regarded visual artist.
For information on purchasing one of these unique pieces of art, contact Joe McConnell at 212.253.7922 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 TAG Limited Art Edition
Celestial Bodies, (40° 44’ N x 73° 59’ W), 1
Photogram silver gelatin print on llford fiber based Classic Matte + wood frame
Print: 14 x 11 inches
Framed: 18 x 15 inches
Unique multiple of 20
Courtesy of the artist
Celestial Bodies (40°44'N x 73°59'W) is a multiple of 20 silver gelatin photograms generously donated by the artist Joy Episalla to TAG on the occasion of its 2015 Research in Action Awards. Each of the 20 photograms is unique. The title of the multiple, Celestial Bodies (40°44'N x 73°59'W), is derived from several references: 1. the cohesive astronomical structures bound together by gravity (and sometimes by electromagnetism), such as asteroids, moons, planets, and stars; 2. the friends and loved ones we have lost to AIDS; and 3. the latitude and longitude of TAG's headquarters in New York City.
Joy Episalla is a multidisciplinary New York–based artist. Episalla has exhibited widely in the United States and Europe since the 1980s. Her recent solo exhibition, Street View Rear Window, at Participant Inc in New York City, garnered much critical acclaim. David Ebony wrote, “the set-up seems simple, but the perceptual workout Episalla offers is formidable.” Writing of the show in Photograph magazine, Carlo McCormick said, "in ways at once poetic and process-driven, Episalla is most interested in creating open-ended situations that engage the viewer in the question of how we see or read things." Episalla is a founding member of the lesbian art collective fierce pussy. A longtime AIDS activist, Episalla has been a part of TAG for over 20 years and a board member since 2006. Joy Episalla's work will be featured in Greater New York at MoMA PS1 this October through March 2016.
2014 TAG Limited Art Edition
For the ever, avec Souci
Two color screen print from etching lines on aluminum panel
13.25 x 11.12 inches
Edition of 20
Courtesy of the artist, Galerie Lelong and Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Kate Shepherd is an artist who lives and works in New York. Trained in both art and architecture, her oeuvre includes painting, sculpture, and site-specific land art. She is represented by Galerie Lelong (New York, Paris), Anthony Meier Fine Arts (San Francisco), and Barbara Krakow Gallery (Boston). Shepherd has also exhibited with Galería Elvira González (Madrid) and Bartha Contemporary (London), and most recently had a solo exhibition at Galerie Lelong (New York) this past September. Her work has been acquired by museums such as the Baltimore Museum of Art; the Indianapolis Museum of Art; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Phillips Collection (Washington, D.C.); and the Seattle Art Museum. Shepherd did an extensive residency at the Chinati Foundation (Marfa, Texas) and sits on the board of the New York–based magazine Triple Canopy.
2013 TAG Limited Art Edition
14.5” x 40” x 2”
Cibachrome semi-gloss photograph diptych with black border in a woodframe painted with flat black finish under non-reflective Den glass.
We hope that you respect the artist’s wishes that this not be sold at auction.
Acclaimed artist Nan Goldin has generously donated a limited edition of 20 prints, created especially for TAG. Gold and Silver patrons of RIAA 2013 will receive one of these limited editions as available. Goldin first exhibited at the Matthew Marks Gallery in 1992. Her work has been the subject of two major touring retrospectives: one organized in 1996 by the Whitney Museum of American Art and another, in 2001, by the Centre Pompidou, Paris, and Whitechapel Art Gallery, London. Recent exhibitions include the slide and video presentation Sisters, Saints & Sybils at La Chapelle de la Salpêtrière, Paris, contributions to the 40th Les Rencontres d'Arles in 2009, and Goldin's Scopophilia exhibition that was part of Patrice Chéreau's special 2011 program at the Louvre. Goldin was admitted to the French Legion of Honor in 2006 and received the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in 2007. Nan received the Emery Award from the Hetrick-Martin Institute, New York, for her AIDS and LGBTQ advocacy, in 1994; and the ReD Award for outstanding work in the field of HIV/AIDS, Berlin, Germany, in 2011. Goldin lives and works in Paris and New York and is represented by the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City: http://www.matthewmarks.com/new-york/artists/nan-goldin.
2012 TAG Limited Art Edition (sold out)
Wood and polymer engraving on
2 x 1 5/8 inches
Edition of 20
Courtesy of the artist and
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Gober has exhibited widely throughout the US, Europe and Japan and his work is held in major museum collections, including the Whitney Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco MoMA, the Tate Modern, and many others. There will be an upcoming 30-year survey of his work at New York's Museum of Modern Art in 2014. Robert Gober is represented by the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York City: http://www.matthewmarks.com/new-york/artists/robert-gober/.
2011 TAG Limited Art Edition
New Year’s Day #5090
archival pigment print
12"x10” mounted to 17”x15” museum board
edition of 20
courtesy the artist and Julie Saul Gallery, New York
2010 TAG Limited Art Edition
individually redacted, white out on photocopy,
rag paper + wood frame
14" x 19" inches (framed)
edition number available: #2, #3, #4
2009 TAG Limited Art Edition
acrylic paint on bronze and paper,
metal wire + artist's wood frame
edition number available: #2, #3, #4, #6, #8, #10, #20
20 x 12 x 5 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery, Stephen Friedman Gallery, & Anthony Meier Fine Arts
2008 TAG Limited Art Edition
2008 Glitter and spray adhesive on unfolded box + wood frame
multiple in 12 parts, number available: #2, #3, #4
17 x 16 inches (framed)
Courtesy of the artist, PaceWildenstein, & D'Amelio Terras, NY
2007 TAG Limited Art Edition
mylar, flexible urethane resin and mixed media 14.25 x 11.25 inches
edition number available: #4/25, #5/25, #14/25, #15/25, #16/25, #17/25, #18/25, #20/25
2006 TAG Limited Art Edition
Flat Iron Building
chromogenic print mounted and framed 28 x 21 inches (framed)
edition number available: #18/20, #19/20, #20/20
2005 TAG Limited Art Edition
Matt, Fort Worth,TX
Chromogenic print mounted and framed 11” x 14” (framed)
edition number available: #13/20, #16/20, #17/20, #18/20, #19/20, #20/20