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Aldrich Editions

Aldrich Editions was established in 1998 to make limited edition works by emerging and mid-career artists who have exhibited at The Aldrich. This program offers The Aldrich community an opportunity to make an investment in an original work of contemporary art at an affordable price and to simultaneously support the Museum.

With the purchase of an Aldrich Edition, collectors receive a certificate signed by the Museum’s registrar with complete details of the work.

To place an order or for additional information, please contact Jamie Pearl, Head of Special Events, at jpearl@thealdrich.org, or 203.438.4519, extension 118. All works are available to ship or for pick-up in 3 to 6 weeks.

Available Aldrich Editions

Below please find a selection of available Aldrich Editions. To purchase visit our online Shop or contact Jamie Pearl, Head of Special Events, at jpearl@thealdrich.org.

Lucia Hierro, Eutimia, 2020

Lucia Hierro
Eutimia, 2020
Limited edition of 18 + 1 AP
Digital Giclée Print
18 x 24 inches (unframed)
Produced in collaboration with Latchkey Gallery, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, coronado printstudio

Should you be interested in learning more about purchasing this work please contact Kris Honeycutt at khoneycutt@thealdrich.org.

Kay Rosen, Silence License, 2017

Kay Rosen

Silence License, 2017
Gold foil on 111 lb. Gmund Savanna Bubinga wood grain cardstock
11 x 14 inches
Edition of fourteen with one printer’s proof
Titled, dated, and signed on verso
Printed by GHP Media, West Haven, CT

Kay Rosen’s limited-edition print, Silence License, made to benefit The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, reimagines her permanent installation by the same name at the Chicago Public Library’s Mabel Manning Branch. Silence License is unique among all of the artist's edition work in its use of textured, wood grain cardstock and gold foil stamping.

Rosen her first solo museum exhibition in the northeast in almost 20 years at The Aldrich in 2017, H Is for House. The exhibition comprised a series of new works, all in black and white. Rosen's works are included in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, among others. Rosen lives in Gary, IN, and New York City.

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James Prosek, Woodland, Easton, CT, 2019

James Prosek
Woodland, Easton, CT, 2019
2 Color silkscreen on 320 gram Coventry Rag paper
18 x 13 inches
Edition of 50
Courtesy of the artist, Waqas Wajahat, New York and Gary Lichtenstein

Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

James Prosek is known for his faithfully rendered watercolor paintings of birds and fish. Through his work, Prosek communicates his great love and respect for the natural world. In September 2007, The Aldrich presented his first solo exhibition Life and Death – A Visual Taxonomy. His work has been shown worldwide from his most recent international exhibit in 2019 at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center to his June 2020 exhibition, James Prosek: Art, Artifact, Artifice at the Yale University Art Gallery.

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Helena Hernmarck: Woven Fold (study for Folded Letter O), 2018

Helena Hernmarck
Woven Fold (study for Folded Letter O), 2018
Archival digital print on rag paper
27 x 18 inches
Edition of 12, signed and numbered by artist
Courtesy of the artist
Unframed

Printed by Donald J. Sigovich, Westport, CT
Published by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

This print is a high resolution digital scan at a 1:1 scale of a woven study for Folded Letter O, the tapestry that Helena Hernmarck will be producing during her residency at the Museum. The design is based on the letter O as it appears on traditional maritime signal flags. Hernmarck created a watercolor of the flag’s design that she folded, and the resulting tapestry captures the nuances of the watercolor, including the raised folds on the paper.

Hernmarck is a Swedish tapestry artist who lives and works in Ridgefield, CT. She is best known for her monumental tapestries designed for architectural settings. The master weaver's first solo museum exhibition in 20 years, Weaving in Progress, was held at The Aldrich in 2018-19. The show featured a selection of tapestries in conjunction with a residency where the gallery space functioned as the artist's weaving studio three days a week. Her work is held in private, corporate, and museum collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Chicago Institute of Art, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

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Alexander Isley: The Super Group Show, 2015

Alexander Isley
The Super Group Show
, 2015
A Concert to Benefit The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Six color screenprint on paper
34 1/2 x 25 inches
Edition of 147

Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

The Super Group Show was a benefit concert for The Aldrich held at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village in 2015. This evening featured performances by Aldrich alumni artist musicians, including Martin Creed, Steve DiBenedetto, and Robert Long and Jon Kessler. The Museum invited Alexander Isley to create a concert poster for the fundraiser to be sold at the show. Isley was awarded the AIGA Medal for distinguished achievement and contributions to the field of graphic design. His work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian Institution, Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich, and the Library of Congress. Isley's firm, Alexander Isley, Inc., is based in Redding, CT.

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Beth Campbell, My mother’s house, 2017

Beth Campbell, My mother’s house, 2017
14K gold necklace
Artist designed and handmade
Pendant approximately 2 ¾ x 3 ½ inches
Edition of 10; 1 Artist's Proof; 1 Prototype
Signed by Beth Campbell
Produced by Lisa Ivorian-Jones for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
Courtesy of the artist and Kate Werble Gallery, New York

Own an exquisitely beautiful conceptual necklace, designed and handmade by Beth Campbell. This collection marks the first time Campbell has created 14K gold jewelry. This necklace is based on her mobile, My mother’s house (2008).

Campbell works in drawing, sculpture, and installation and her first museum survey, Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past, was exhibited at The Aldrich in 2017. Her work is included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; New School University, New York; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; and Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin. Campbell was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Beth Campbell, You've really fucked up this time, 2017

Beth Campbell, You’ve really fucked up this time, 2017
14K gold earrings
Approximately 5 ½ x 1 ¾ inches
Edition of 10; 1 Artist's Proof; 1 Prototype
Signed by Beth Campbell
Produced for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum by Lisa Ivorian-Jones
Courtesy of the artist and Kate Werble Gallery, New York

This collection marks the first time Campbell has created 14K gold jewelry. These earrings are based on her mobile, You’ve really fucked up this time (2017). Campbell’s mobiles are conceived as “drawings in space,” focusing on the structure and lines from her Potential Future Drawings and Potential Past Drawings. The artist’s jewelry presents another platform into which Campbell extends a diagrammatic exploration of the potential latent within everyday experience.

Campbell works in drawing, sculpture, and installation and her first museum survey, Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past, was exhibited at The Aldrich in 2017. Her work is included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; New School University, New York; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; and Landmarks, the public art program of The University of Texas at Austin. Campbell was the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Gerard Hemsworth, Brief Encounter, 2009

Gerard Hemsworth
Brief Encounter
, 2009

Silkscreen print on 290 gram Coventry smooth paper
18 3/4 x 18 3/8 inches
Image 9 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches
Edition of 30

Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Gerard Hemsworth presented his first solo museum exhibition in the United States, Hidden Agenda, at The Aldrich in 2009. Hemsworth lives and works in London and is a professor at Goldsmiths University.

Gerard Hemsworth, Brief Encounter (2009) is available in two color ways, black and red.

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Purchase Brief Encounter (Red) here.

Gerard Hemsworth, Whispers, 2009

Gerard Hemsworth
Whispers
, 2009
Screenprint (diptych): five-color screenprint (left print); six-color screenprint (right print) on Coventry Smooth 100% rag 290 gram paper
25 x 31 3/4 inches (63.5 x 60.25 cm) each
Image 17 1/8 x 24 5/8 inches (43.5 x 62.5 cm) each
Edition of 30, numbered (left print) - signed (right print)

Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Gerard Hemsworth presented his first solo museum exhibition in the United States, Hidden Agenda, at The Aldrich in 2009. Hemsworth lives and works in London and is a professor at Goldsmiths University.

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James Grashow, Mermaid, 2012

James Grashow
Mermaid, 2012
One color woodcut print on Mitsumata Salago Gambi paper
12 3/4 x 36 inches
Edition of 80
Courtesy of the artist
Unframed

Sculptor and printmaker James Grashow has been focused on paper as his medium for over forty years. In 2012 Grashow exhibited Corrugated Fountain, which was inspired by the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Bernini's famous Baroque sculpture. Grashow lives and works in Redding, CT.

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Michael De Feo, Self Portrait, 2008

Michael De Feo
Self Portrait, 2008
Eight color silkscreen print on 290 gram Coventry Rag paper
25 x 19 inches
Edition of 50; 10 Artist’s Proofs; 10 Printer’s Proofs
Signed and dated lower right corner
Courtesy of the artist
Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Michael De Feo is widely known for his floral paintings and street art flowers. De Feo's penchant for flowers has earned him the nickname "The Flower Guy." In 2005, De Feo was a recipient of the Radius Award from The Aldrich and exhibited Two Atmospheres, a site-specific installation on the façade of the Museum's historic 1783 building, "Old Hundred." Notable exhibitions include Flowers at Manifesta 7 in Trento, Italy (2008); a solo exhibition at Danziger Gallery, New York (2016); and Crosstown Traffic, a site-specific installation at Rice Gallery in Houston (2016). He lives and works in New York City.

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Michael Joo, Insolvent, 2014

Michael Joo has created an editioned series of unique works on paper in connection with his Aldrich exhibition, Drift, that reflect his interest in the physical forces in nature that determine elemental form. Harnessing the dynamic effects of surface tension and organic accident, Insolvent takes the mirroring technique used to create the interior surface of Marble Strata Room and applies the process to rag paper. The image is made of an emulsion of silver nitrate, the same material used in traditional black and white photography. Instead of capturing a photographic image, Joo has used the medium—tempered by the natural unrest between oil and water—to explore the beautiful subtleties of liquefied silver.

Joo's work is included in the collections of the Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, among others.

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Rachel Berwick, Untitled: The Last of Her Kind, 2004

Rachel Berwick
Untitled: The Last of Her Kind
, 2004
Cast amber (copal), brass
Dimensions of sculpture: 10 x 8 x 2 3/4 inches
Base size: 8 inches x 1/2 inches polished brass, brass rod 7 inches x 1/4 inch diameter

Edition of 25

At the heart of Rachel Berwick's art is her interest in our relationship with the natural world. She confronts us with our involvement, with the finality of changes created by human tampering. Berwick reminds us of how much is at stake as species slip into oblivion and no amount of human intervention can restore them. Her work has been seen at The Aldrich in A River Half Empty: Artists Engage Connecticut's Environment (2000) and Voice & Void, (2008).

Berwick's work has been shown internationally at the Serpentine Gallery in London, the 26th Bienal de Sao Paolo, the seventh International Istanbul Bienal, and Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. In the United States, she has exhibited at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Mass MoCA, and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, among other venues.

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Roxy Paine, Fecund, 2001

Roxy Paine
Meghan Moorehouse, collaborator
Fecund, 2001
Second cut cotton linters, cotton rag, pigment, lacquer, oil paint, archival glue
18 x 24 inches
Edition size: 40
Published by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
in cooperation with Dieu Donné Papermill, NYC

Roxy Paine is widely known for his installations that often convey elements of conflict between the natural world and the manmade. Paine's work was included in an exhibition at The Aldrich, Best of Season, 1996-97. He received the Trustees Award for Emerging Artist in 1997. Paine's works has been exhibited in significant collections and galleries across the United States, Germany, Sweden, England, the Netherlands, and Israel. Roxy Paine currently lives and works in Brooklyn and Treadwell, New York.

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Roz Chast, No Early Birds, 2010

Roz Chast
No Early Birds
, 2010
Silkscreen print in 19 colors on 290 gram Coventry paper
Paper 26 x 22 inches
Image 23 x 18 1/2 inches
Edition of 60
Unframed

Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Roz Chast is an American cartoonist and a staff cartoonist for The New Yorker. Since 1978, she has published more than 800 cartoons in The New Yorker. This print was part of an installation where sixty copies of No Early Birds were stapled onto telephone poles and other unspecified locations where similar fliers were hung locally in the downtown business district of Ridgefield, CT. Chast lives and works in Ridgefield, CT and New York City.

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Ruby Sky Stiler, Untitled, 2015

Ruby Sky Stiler
Untitled
, 2015
Wood, paint
24 x 11 x 7 inches
Edition of 3

Ruby Sky Stiler's sculptures and reliefs draw upon a wide range of cultural references, evoking the forms of classical antiquities and the fractured aesthetic of Cubist painting and collage. Rather than using marble, stone, or ceramic, Stiler works with foam core, acrylic resin, plaster, and discarded elements from her studio, incorporating both the monumental and the cast-off and exploring questions of authenticity, authority, value, and taste. Sky Stiler's solo exhibition, Ghost Versions, was held at The Aldrich in 2015. Additionally, she has exhibited at The Suburban, Oak Park, IL; Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, OR; Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, New York; The Berman Museum, PA; and The Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, New York; among others.

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Virginia Poundstone, Rainbow Rose, 2015

Virginia Poundstone
Rainbow Rose
, 2015
Digital C-print
16 x 20 inches

Edition of 12; Signed on verso

Printed by Duggal Visual Solutions, New York, NY

Since 2009, Virginia Poundstone's sculptures, photographs, and videos have exclusively explored flowers from economic, art historical, and symbolic perspectives. Poundstone is interested in the economic structures that support the global floral market and the ways in which flowers are divorced from their wild state within this system. In 2015, she had a solo show at The Aldrich, Flower Mutations. Poundstone debuted two new outdoor sculptures in this exhibition in addition to Rainbow Rose, a monumental wall print, which this print is based off of. Poundstone lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

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Mary Temple, Project Room in (Impossible) Moonlight, 2006

Mary Temple
Project Room in (Impossible) Moonlight
, 2006
3 Color Silkscreen Print on Rives BFK paper
17 7/8 x 21 inches
Edition of 25; signed and numbered on verso
Unframed

Printed by Lower East Side Printshop, New York

Courtesy of Mixed Greens

Mary Temple's works, which are often conceptual installation pieces, blur the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and drawing. Her practice deals with themes such as informational spin, false documents, and verisimilitude. She is known for her trompe l'oeil installations for which she paints light cast through an imaginary tree or onto a gallery's floor and walls. Temple's site commissioned installation Extended Afternoon, in 3 Phases from the series, Light Installations (2002-present) was on view at The Aldrich in 2005. Her works have been exhibited at San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art, San Francisco; SculptureCenter, New York, NY; MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA; and the Rice Gallery, Houston, TX, among other locations. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Tina Cobelle-Sturges, Porches of Ridgefield, 2008

Tina Cobelle-Sturges
Porches of Ridgefield, 2008
Twenty-two color silkscreen on 320 gram Coventry archival paper
Image size:10 x 40 inches
Paper size: 15 x 45 inches (deckled edges)
Edition of 100
Generously published in collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein and Gary Lichtenstein Editions

Tina Cobelle-Sturges is best known for her radiant and colorful paintings that blend small brush strokes with pointillist technique to animate the canvas and bring country and city landscapes to life. She paints equally successfully reflecting the sensitivity of small-town life on a New England main street or the busy urban streetscapes of New York City. Cobell-Sturges' print Porches of Ridgefield highlights the porches of several of Ridgefield's historic homes that line Main Street, including the porch of "Old Hundred," the former Museum building that now houses The Aldrich's administrative offices. Cobelle-Sturges lives and works in Ridgefield, CT.

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Roy McMakin, Untitled (blue juice glass), 2012

Roy McMakin

Untitled (blue juice glass), 2012

Set of four five-ounce screenprinted glasses
3 ¼ x 2 ¼ inches each (height x diameter)
Open edition

Artist Roy McMakin is also a designer, architect, and furniture maker, and deeply engaged with the artistic potential of domestic objects and environments. Untitled (blue juice glass), 2012, highlights his exploration of language and color within this functional and attractive juice glass edition. McMakin's work is featured in the collections of major museums around the country, such as the Hammer Museum of Art, Los Angeles; the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; the Museum of Modern Art; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro. The artist lives in San Diego, CA.

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Top image: "Silence License" print by Kay Rosen.