ROUND 1

Artists raising money for the Black Trans Community. All profits from R1 go to The Okra Project, a collective offering food, support and resources to Black Trans people worldwide.

Tiffany Alfonseca
I Hope My Blackness Offends You

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 5 + 2AP

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Tiffany Alfonseca (born 1994, New York) is a Bronx-based Dominican-American mixed media artist whose bold, pastel paintings celebrate the multiplicity of Black and Afro-Latinx diasporic culture. She envisions her canvases as a joyful space for the grace of Black and brown bodies. Engaging W.E.B. DuBois’ theory of double consciousness, she is interested in depicting a Black and brown perspective defined by multiplicity. She received her BFA from The School of Visual Arts in 2020. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Fordham University and New York University. This work is offered as an extension of Tiffany’s recent participation in the exhibition Afro Syncretic at the LatinX Project at New York University

Tiffany Alfonseca
What a real barbie looks like

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 5 + 2AP

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Tiffany Alfonseca (born 1994, New York) is a Bronx-based Dominican-American mixed media artist whose bold, pastel paintings celebrate the multiplicity of Black and Afro-Latinx diasporic culture. She envisions her canvases as a joyful space for the grace of Black and brown bodies. Engaging W.E.B. DuBois’ theory of double consciousness, she is interested in depicting a Black and brown perspective defined by multiplicity. She received her BFA from The School of Visual Arts in 2020. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Fordham University and New York University. This work is offered as an extension of Tiffany’s recent participation in the exhibition Afro Syncretic at the LatinX Project at New York University

2020
43×27.5 cm / 16.92×10.83 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

Yves B. Golden is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, DJ and organizer. Her work is inspired by the sacred bond that exists between memory and physical objects. She recently co-founded the Herbal Mutual Aid Network, a grassroots organization providing free plant-based care for Black people seeking support due to the ongoing crisis of racial violence and injustice. Her collaborative and solo works have been exhibited at Serpentine Galleries, London; New Museum, New York; ICA London; NADA Miami; Yaby Madrid; Springsteen Gallery, Baltimore; Caleb Bingham Gallery, University of Missouri and Raw Material Company Senegal. She is the author of the books of poetry Yves, Ide, Solstice (East Village Publishing) and Good Fist of Creation (Enes Publishing). This work is offered as an extension of the re-release of Good Fist of Creation.

Hadi Fallahpisheh
Wolf Come Eat Me Please!

2020
21×29.7 cm / 8.27×11.69 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Hadi Fallahpisheh (born 1987, Tehran) is a New York-based artist who creates works in the darkroom using a technique of painting on photosensitive paper with a flashlight. His idiosyncratic method of image making is a performance alone in the dark, probing provocatively at the history of photography. He stages scenes in vibrant colors with cats and mice, houses and cages, a darkly humorous reflection on his experience as an immigrant and the human condition at large. Fallahpisheh received an MFA in Photography from Bard College in 2016 and is a Teaching Assistant (Directed Research: Stephen Prina) at Harvard University. His recent shows include solo exhibitions at Tramps, New York; Central Fine, Miami and Fahrenheit Madrid; as well as group exhibitions at SculptureCenter, New York; TMOCA, Tehran; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Simone Subal, New York and Petzel, New York. He won the Artadia award in 2019. This print is offered as an extension of his upcoming exhibition Good at Efremidis, Berlin.

  • Sean-Kierre Lyons
    Venus Flower and Friends

    $300.00 Add to cart

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

Sean-Kierre Lyons (born 1991, Salinas, CA) is a Brooklyn-based artist. Their work recuperates the characters and cultural context that shape Black American identity, examining the mutations of folkloric characters from the Antebellum period. With humor and searing acuity, their Flower Fighters series examines histories of representation and ownership, imagining friends and loved ones as the ebullient figures of a Black Flower Forest. These flowers are the fierce and benevolent keepers of the garden, embodying a community rooted in resilience and reciprocity. Their work is the subject of a forthcoming solo exhibition at the Fortnight Institute, New York and has been exhibited in group exhibitions at Housing, New York; Ochi Projects, Los Angeles; Springsteen Gallery, Baltimore and as part of Diamond Stingily’s Wall Sits at the Kunstverein Munich. This print is offered as an extension of The Clouds and Flowers are always taking notes at Larrie NYC, their third solo presentation with the gallery.

Bjarne Melgaard
Untitled

2020
21×29.7 cm / 8.27×11.69 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Bjarne Melgaard (born 1967, Sydney) is an Oslo-based artist known for his transgressive paintings and installations that draw upon the likes of gay club culture, S&M, AIDS and addiction. His expressionist drawings and paintings don’t shy from excess, taking on such themes with a deadpan and hyperpersonal clarity. He has participated in the Venice (2011), Lyon (2013) and Whitney (2014) Biennials and his works are held in numerous public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Strasbourg; and Moderna Museet, Stockholm. This work is offered as an extension of Bummed Out at Fineart, Oslo.

Jill Mulleady
Exterior with Goats

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Jill Mulleady (born 1980, Montevideo) is a Los Angeles-based artist whose works meld careful observation of everyday scenes and attention to the history of painting into highly elaborated imaginary worlds. Temporality seems to collapse, as if in hallucination of an alternate reality. A recent series of paintings included in the 58th Venice Biennale, from which these goats are lifted, take Edvard Munch’s Frieze of Life as a starting point. Selected solo exhibitions include Swiss Institute, New York; Kunsthalle Bern; Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles; Galerie Neu, Berlin and upcoming at Pond Society, Shanghai; Midway Contemporary, Minneapolis; and Gladstone Gallery, Brussels. This work is offered as an extension of her participation in the forthcoming Made in L.A. 2020: a version at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

Amy Sillman
Untitled

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Amy Sillman (born 1955, Detroit) is a New York-based artist whose work has redefined contemporary painting through her continuously evolving practice in painting, drawing, installation, zines and video. In self-isolation over the past few months, Sillman has begun her days drawing flowers in gouache, ink and pencil, an intimate insight into her investigative attention to color and shape. She has come to understand her abstract painting, to which she devotes the rest of her time, as a widened spectrum of the same language, something simultaneously continuous and distinct from these morning flowers. Sillman’s work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions at institutions including the Arts Club of Chicago; Camden Arts Centre, London; Drawing Center, New York; Portikus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Her works are held in the public collections of the Art Institute of Chicago; Brooklyn Museum, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. This work is offered as an extension of a forthcoming book of writings and drawings published by After 8 Books.

  • Davide Stucchi
    Socket (Sitting Room)

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2020
21×29.7 cm / 8.27×11.69 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

Davide Stucchi (born 1988, Italy) is a Milan-based artist whose work involves minimal interventions in existing materials to investigate social functions and representations of queer masculinity. His subtle manipulations often trace memories of touch, materializing absent bodies. In a series of light switch sculptures, he laid images of bodies choreographed for performance, dance or fashion into the banal domestic furnishing in a gently lyrical gesture. He borrows this sequined glove image from Francesco Vezzoli’s appropriation of the motif from a De Chirico painting. Recent shows include solo exhibitions at Deborah Schamoni, Munich; Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich; and Sundogs, Paris; as well as group exhibitions at Centrale Fies, Dro, Italy; Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin; Quadriennale di Roma at Palazzo Delle Esposizioni, Rome. This work is offered as an extension of the recent group exhibition All Clothes Artists’ Own at Gregor Staiger, Milan.

Nora Turato
sunny days meant more shadows

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Nora Turato (born 1991, Zagreb) is an Amsterdam-based artist who culls language from a culture oversaturated with information. Collecting phrases from the internet, advertisements, conversations or her own thoughts, she works across performance, script, installation and bookmaking. Her aesthetic expressions and sharp graphic sensibility tap into a profound hollowness of gentrified language—a sign of the times. Turato studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and at Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem. Turato’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz; Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto; Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich; Sammlung Philara, Dusseldorf and upcoming at MGLC, Ljubljana. She has created 4 artists books, most recently pool #4, published alongside a performance presented by The Museum of Modern Art’s Studio Now. This work is offered as an extension of let’s never be like that with LambdaLambdaLambda at LA MAISON DE RENDEZ-VOUS, Brussels.

  • Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo)
    Documentation of “Trigger (Glock 22) (permanently disabled by Murmurs)” Trigger Series 2016 – Now

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2020
21×29.7 cm / 8.27×11.69 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo) (born 1989, Dallas) is a Brooklyn-based artist. She is very emotional. Just ignore her or pay attention. It’s up to you. Jade’s mother was held at gunpoint while picking up her older brother from a school play. She broke her glasses and said she was unable to see them to identify the three men who were pointing the gun at her. They wanted her to come into the car with them but she avoided it…saving her life. This image is documentation of a project Jade initiated to get used guns off the market. The guns are melted down after purchased and only the trigger survives. These prints are Jade’s first works to be hand signed. Her work was featured in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, the 9th Berlin Biennale and X Nicaraguan Biennale. Recent exhibitions include Halle für Kunst, Luneberg; Barbara Weiss, Berlin; Queer Thoughts, New York; XYZ Collective, Tokyo; What Pipeline, Detroit; and Overduin & Co., Los Angeles. This work is offered as an extension of her participation in The Struggle for Change, Murmurs, Los Angeles. 

  • Margaret Rose Vendryes
    Sowei Rupaul – African Diva

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2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

Margaret Rose Vendryes (born 1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a New York-based art historian, visual artist and curator. Vendryes’ African Diva Project, which began in 2005 as a painting series conceived to celebrate and connect popular Black women singers with their African ancestors, has evolved into the creation of mixed media works incorporating masks made by African craftsmen. The project investigates gender and power dynamics of the African Diaspora, taking as focal points African masks, which are made and worn almost exclusively by men, though they tend to depict female ancestors, as well as the early black female singers in the West, who were styled and marketed by white males in the record industry. Imbued with an ancestral aura, these portraits affirm black performers as powerful and autonomous agents of change. Vendryes received her PhD in Art History from Princeton University and is a Professor of Art History and Department Chair of Fine Arts at York College, as well as Director of the York College Fine Arts Gallery. She is the author of Barthé, A Life in Sculpture (2008) and Beyond the Blues: Reflections on African America from the Amistad Research Center Fine Arts Collection (2010). This work is offered as an extension of her painting Sowei Rupaul – African Diva, which is held in the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art collection, on the occasion of the museum’s fiscal sponsorship of this platform. 

Lawrence Weiner
Stars Don’t Stand Still in the Sky for Anybody

2020
29.7×21 cm / 11.69×8.27 in
Fine art digital print
Edition of 10 + 2AP

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Lawrence Weiner (born 1942, Bronx) is a New York-based artist whose medium is language + the materials referred to. Weiner’s works can be seen on the walls of international museums, on the facades of buildings, on street pavements and in public spaces around the world, as well as in countless books, posters, records and other form of media. In the coming months his work will be seen on the facade of the Jewish Museum, on banners flown for 10 days in August from Rome along the Italian coastline as sponsored by MACRO, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, at the Bernar Venet Foundation in Le Muy, France through 2021 and at the Kistefos Museum’s Sculpture Park in Jevnaker, Norway from mid-August.