Every week we highlight the finest art releases weekly by notable artists, galleries, museums and modern art platforms around the world. Noted items typically include minimal edition artworks, prints, collectible figures, collaborative product and more.
For today’s installation: Daniel Arsham will launch his ‘BRONZE BASKETBALL’ eroded sculpture, AllRightsReserved once again teams up with Joan Cornellá on a new ‘SELFIE GUN’ edition, Cj Hendry will release new lenticular box artworks, Infinite Objects starts its sale of digital video frames, and UK-based NJG Studios drops a limited edition ‘DESIRE’ book on Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe.
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Archaeology Daniel Arsham Eroded ‘BRONZE BASKETBALL’ Sculpture Edition
Release Date: October 18 at 12 p.m. EST on Daniel Arsham’s site
Release Cost: $9,500 USD
Daniel Arsham is set to launch his eroded ‘ BRONZE BASKETBALL‘ sculpture edition as part of his ‘Fictional Archaeology’ series. The art work is hand ended up with a customized torch-scored patina, developing a rainbow light refraction in the metal. The sculpture will get here in a restricted edition of 99 and each piece arrives within a bespoke resin-cast Arsham Studio dog crate.
Archaeology Joan Cornellá x AllRightsReserved ‘SELFIE WEAPON’ Sculpture Edition
Release Date: October 17 at 11 p.m EST on Ding Dong Takuhaibin’s site
Release Rate: $199 USD
Acclaimed Spanish artist Joan Cornellá is launching a limited-edition 10- inch vinyl figure in cooperation with AllRightsReserved. The artwork represents his signature suit-clad male subject holding a selfie stick installed with a pistol. With this piece, Cornellà uses satire to raise awareness on the issue of weapon violence. Only 1,000 figures have actually been made in the edition.
Archaeology Cj Hendry Limited Edition Lenticular Boxes
Release Date: October 17 on Cj Hendry’s website
Release Cost: $595 USD each
Cj Hendry just recently revealed her most current editions, including a series of lenticular boxes motivated by her colored pencil illustrations. Titled ‘Psychological Masturbation’ and ‘Proactive Procrastination,’ the Brooklyn-based artist fused a range of pastel tones to develop color-changing gradient squares for each edition. Each piece shows up hand-signed and numbered in an edition of100 Both pieces are framed with natural maple wood and enclosed behind UV-fighting acrylic sheets.
Archaeology Boundless Items’ Framed Digital Artworks
Release Date: Now available on Limitless Items’ site
Launch Cost: $299 USD each
NYC-based Boundless Things released an ingenious edition of framed digital art work that imitates mini standard paintings or photos frequently displayed in houses. Generated from the fledgling business’s partnership in between GIPHY and design firm Planeta, Infinite Objects intends to alter the method digital art is gathered and valued by bringing a moving image’s context beyond clever devices. For its first launch, the label teamed up with 11 varied artists including Andrej Ujhazy, Peter Burr, Sara Ludy and more.
Archaeology NJG Studios ‘Desire’ Schedule on Patti Smith & Robert Mapplethorpe
Release Date: Now available on NJG Studios’ website
Launch Cost: C-Type prints for ₤200 GBP (approx. $250 USD), while 500 “Limited Edition” books retail for ₤60 GBP (approx. $75 USD).
UK-based publisher NJG Studios recently revealed the release of its limited-edition book entitled ‘DESIRE’ that highlights the iconic relationship in between Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe. Through archival photos and essays, the tome chronicles their rebellious spirit and their innovative circles in New york city City back in the ’60 s and ’70 s. One of the highlights in the book is Patti and Robert’s first photo-shoot together in their Brooklyn apartment or condo. ‘DESIRE’ is available in a limited quantity of600