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Limited edition, hand silkscreened posters by SCRAWLer Alexis Brown. Each poster is unique.

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Limited edition, hand silkscreened by Alexis Brown. No two are alike!

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Cabinet: an award-winning quarterly magazine of art and culture that confounds expectations of what is typically meant by the words "art," "culture," and sometimes even "magazine."

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This editioned poster book features a fold-out family tree, ready to be personalized. It was created especially for Artspace by Kerri Sancomb and Jeff Mueller of Dexterity Press. The couple work out of their studio at Erector Square using a Universal Vandercook I letterpress.

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The magazine's mission is to “provide an unfiltered, non-commercial space in which creative people and public can connect in meaningful, productive ways.”

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Featuring contributions by poet and author Jeremy Sigler, and Artspace Curator, Liza Statton, this catalogue celebrates "On Your Mark", a solo exhibition by Chamberlain during spring of 2010.

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Available in any denomination, a gift certificate to our Flatfile is a great gift for any art lover—and a great way to show your support for Artspace.

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A collaboration with Nanna Debois Buhl. 72-page artists' book. 4.5" x 6.5". Revolver Publishing (Berlin)

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Artspace recently asked a small group of artists to donate a logo to support Artspace's 2011 exhibitions and programs. The imagery for this tote was derived from collaging TV test screen patterns, dial phones, key board touch pads, engine diagrams, computer motherboards, warning signs, symbols and punctuation. About the Artist: Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Martha Lewis has her B.F.A .from the Cooper Union in New York, and an M.F.A. from Yale University. Subsequently Lewis has taught drawing through the College Seminar Program at Yale University, and at Columbia University. She currently lives in the USA and Europe. Her work, which is drawing, painting and installation based, comments on technology and human knowledge. This is her first foray into the world of commercially produced multiples. Artist Website: http://www.marthalewis.com

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Artspace recently asked a small group of artists to donate a logo to support Artspace's 2011 exhibitions and programs. Known for his fantastical, hybrid-style animals and other wildly imaginative figural sculptures, New Haven-based artist Phil Lique continues to subvert the functionality of ordinary materials while pushing the conceptual boundaries between renewal and decay, nature and artifice, and stability and chaos. Lique recieved his Master of Fine Arts from Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Connecticut and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Paier College of Art in Hamden, Connecticut. Artist Website: http://www.phillique.com/

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Artspace recently asked a small group of artists to donate a logo to support Artspace's 2011 exhibitions and programs.Known for his fantastical, hybrid-style animals and other wildly imaginative figural sculptures, New Haven-based artist Phil Lique continues to subvert the functionality of ordinary materials while pushing the conceptual boundaries between renewal and decay, nature and artifice, and stability and chaos. Lique recieved his Master of Fine Arts from Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, Connecticut and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Paier College of Art in Hamden, Connecticut. Artist Website: http://www.phillique.com/

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Editioned artist zine by Rita Valley.

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William Lamson's, Time Is Like The East River, marks a first for Artspace. It denotes the first time that we've handed the entire gallery space over to one artist; it's also the largest presentation to date of William Lamson's work. In this exhibition alone, Lamson produced three site-specific installations-including a brilliantly conceived public artwork that convey a sense of urgency, risk, imagination, and a deep passion for pushing physical and conceptual boundaries of place, space, and time. Read this one of a kind interview with Lamson and our Curator, Liza Statton. Lamson currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from Bard College and his BA from Dartmouth College. Lamson has exhibited nationally and internationally, has received many prestigious awards including the MacDowell Fellowship, and he's in various collections including The Dallas Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Houston Museum of Fine Arts, The West Collection, and the Progressive Corporate Art Collection. Your purchase of this extensive catalog will support emerging artists like Lamson and Artspace's mission to bring contemporary art to New Haven.

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