skowheganBOX no.2

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skowheganBOX no.2

8,500.00

A limited edition portfolio
25 unique box sets with photo-based works by Skowhegan alumni:
Brian Bress, John Houck, Letha Wilson & Lucas Blalock

Each box contains one unique hardcover artist book by Lucas Blalock, two archival inkjet prints by Brian Bress, one unique parametric print by John Houck and one hand-folded C-print mounted on museum board by Letha Wilson. 

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Lucas Blalock (A '11)
THIMGS, 2014
Unique hardcover artist books in three sizes
7 5/16 x 4 13/16 x 7/16 inches
8 7/16 x 6 10/16 x 7/16 inches
9 5/16 x 7 7/16 x 7/16 inches
Printed by the artist and hand-bound by Biruta Auna

Brian Bress (A '07)
Organizing The Physical Evidence, 2014
Diptych, archival inkjet prints
14 x 11 inches, each
Printed by the artist

John Houck (A '08)
Variable Shadow #1, 2014
Acrylic silkscreen on Archival Pigment Print on 100% Cotton Rag
17 x 12 inches
Parametric print
Printed by the artist

Letha Wilson (A '09)
Headlands Golden Cement Fold, 2014
Hand folded C-print, mounted on museum board
16 x 12 x 5/8 inches
Printed by Griffin Editions
Custom tray by Downing Frames 

Proceeds from the sales of BOX2 will benefit scholarship and program. The release of skowheganBOX no.2 coincided with the launch of Skowhegan's first permanent space in New York City and became publicly available on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.

The works within skowheganBOX no.2 represent a new generation of American artists who use photography as an integral part of their practice, but are interested in expanding its boundaries and blurring or combining technical approaches. The edition size is 25 with 4 APs and 3 PPs; however, each box within the edition is unique—both Blalock and Houck contributed 25 singular works. The works are housed in a custom archival box hand made by Sophia Kramer.

In 2015, skowheganBOX no.2 was acquired by the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Portland Museum of Art.