We are pleased to announce our publication of the first major monograph on the artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe, printed in conjunction with their eponymous exhibition at our East Hampton gallery. This profusely illustrated volume—printed with two discrete covers—spans their initial collaboration in Marfa, TX, to their latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited. With texts by Ali Subotnick, Glenn O’Brien, Mark Flood, Gianni Jetzer, Hamilton Morris, and Jan Tumlir, as well as a photographic essay by Todd Eberle and images by Greg Kessler and Joshua White.
Quarto; 3/4 full-color boards; 224 pages.
To order, please call either 212-691-9100, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2,000 copies the entire edition:
—1,950 copies issued with black cloth spine and cover pictured at bottom: $75
—50 copies issued with burgundy cloth spine and cover pictured at top, each numbered and signed by the artists, accompanied by a wrappered volume created by the artists exclusively for the edition, a signed silkscreen, and a custom 45 rpm record featuring Black Bananas and Psychic Ills; in a specially made cloth slipcase: $3,500
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