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Exhibition A

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Fine Art on a Budget
By Sade Lythcott
Ever go to a gallery and fall in love with a piece of art, dreaming of the day you can afford to take this coveted piece home with you? Don’t worry; it’s possible.
Exhibition A is a website that sells “exclusive editions of artwork by top contemporary artists.” They are “committed to working with exceptional artists — artists whose work is exhibited at well-respected galleries and sought after by serious collectors — to create editions of their work at prices you can afford.”
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For a few hundred dollars, you can buy signed artist prints of work that originally sells for thousands. Exhibition A even gives you the option to stretch some of the prints on canvas. 
The above image is by renowned photographer Jessica Craig Martin, titled “Mondrian Pug.” Exhibition A offers this description of Martin: “What Richard Prince did for re-photography, Jessica Craig Martin continues to do for cropping: namely narrowing the viewer’s focus and reconstituting narratives to go beyond surface reading. Whether she’s shooting Cindy Sherman’s MoMA exhibition for The New Yorker or shooting a croquet story for Opening Ceremony’s annual magazine, Jessica remains at war with the obvious. Her work is in the holdings of The Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum.”
(Photo: Courtesy of Exhibition A)

Fine Art on a Budget

By Sade Lythcott

Ever go to a gallery and fall in love with a piece of art, dreaming of the day you can afford to take this coveted piece home with you? Don’t worry; it’s possible.

Exhibition A is a website that sells “exclusive editions of artwork by top contemporary artists.” They are “committed to working with exceptional artists — artists whose work is exhibited at well-respected galleries and sought after by serious collectors — to create editions of their work at prices you can afford.”

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For a few hundred dollars, you can buy signed artist prints of work that originally sells for thousands. Exhibition A even gives you the option to stretch some of the prints on canvas.

The above image is by renowned photographer Jessica Craig Martin, titled “Mondrian Pug.” Exhibition A offers this description of Martin: “What Richard Prince did for re-photography, Jessica Craig Martin continues to do for cropping: namely narrowing the viewer’s focus and reconstituting narratives to go beyond surface reading. Whether she’s shooting Cindy Sherman’s MoMA exhibition for The New Yorker or shooting a croquet story for Opening Ceremony’s annual magazine, Jessica remains at war with the obvious. Her work is in the holdings of The Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum.”

(Photo: Courtesy of Exhibition A)

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Wes Lang: Grateful Dead Approved
By Jauretsi
Wes Lang is an artist from New Jersey. He likes to draw Indian skulls, grim reapers, little birdies and Native American references. He’s also a tattoo artist. Recently Wes created a drawing show called “Sitting in a Rainbow”, a series he drew on hotel stationery at LA’s Chateau Marmont. The series was presented with an event at the Chateau’s legendary penthouse for one night only. 
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Wes is also a serious Grateful Dead fan. Apparently, the word got out on Wes’ talent which led to the commission of all time — the opportunity to design a new icon for the identity of the band. An Indian skull image, created by Wes, is featured on the cover and throughout a new boxed set of the Dead’s East Coast 1990 tour (titled Spring 90) that was just released, as well as on a line of merchandise including work wear jackets, t-shirts, blankets and more. October 1 marks the release of The Grateful Dead Almanac, a massive compendium on the history of the band that will bear Wes’ handiwork, archival prints of the Indian skull image and more exclusive merchandise. 
Keep an eye on the website Exhibition A who just posted a print of Wes Lang (pictured above) called “Flying Death” on archival quality paper at $250 and $1000. In the short time it took us to write this blog post, the print sold out. His last print for Exhibition A, “Dear Comrade”, sold out as well. In other words, pay attention to Wes Lang. He’s brilliant, unique, and on the rise. Until his next awesome print goes for sale, I spotted a few Wes Lang collectibles in the eBay closet. Here’s a few of Wes’ Grateful Dead items too. 
(Image: Courtesy of the artist)

Wes Lang: Grateful Dead Approved

By Jauretsi

Wes Lang is an artist from New Jersey. He likes to draw Indian skulls, grim reapers, little birdies and Native American references. He’s also a tattoo artist. Recently Wes created a drawing show called “Sitting in a Rainbow”, a series he drew on hotel stationery at LA’s Chateau Marmont. The series was presented with an event at the Chateau’s legendary penthouse for one night only. 

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Wes is also a serious Grateful Dead fan. Apparently, the word got out on Wes’ talent which led to the commission of all time — the opportunity to design a new icon for the identity of the band. An Indian skull image, created by Wes, is featured on the cover and throughout a new boxed set of the Dead’s East Coast 1990 tour (titled Spring 90) that was just released, as well as on a line of merchandise including work wear jackets, t-shirts, blankets and more. October 1 marks the release of The Grateful Dead Almanac, a massive compendium on the history of the band that will bear Wes’ handiwork, archival prints of the Indian skull image and more exclusive merchandise. 

Keep an eye on the website Exhibition A who just posted a print of Wes Lang (pictured above) called “Flying Death” on archival quality paper at $250 and $1000. In the short time it took us to write this blog post, the print sold out. His last print for Exhibition A, “Dear Comrade”, sold out as well. In other words, pay attention to Wes Lang. He’s brilliant, unique, and on the rise. Until his next awesome print goes for sale, I spotted a few Wes Lang collectibles in the eBay closet. Here’s a few of Wes’ Grateful Dead items too. 

(Image: Courtesy of the artist)