Benefit Print Project

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  • Saya Woolfalk
    No Placean Anatomy (Human/Plant/Animal), 2008
    Digital print with silkscreen and gouache, image size 21 ⅞ x 26 in., paper size 26 x 30 in.

  • Dawit Petros
    A sampling of a sequence of thoughts, meditations, digressions, associations and recollections derived from a series of walks through Harlem. Single cube formation, double cube formation No. 1, triple cube formation No.1 (Temporary Installation of found cardboard boxes), 2009
    Archival digital print with copper plate embossment on Hahnemuhle German etch paper, 22 ¼ x 30 in.

  • Khalif Kelly
    Robot Pickaninny Remix (The Return of Supercube), 2009
    Archival digital print on Hahnemuhle paper, image size 11 x 18 in., paper size 17 x 24 ½ in.

  • Adam Pendleton
    Untitled (Maria Bartuszova, Untitled, 1985/Burial mask, Mmo society. Onitsha province. British Nigeria), 2009
    Silkscreen on Somerset paper, 20 x 30 ⅛ in.

  • Tanea Richardson
    Untitled, 2008
    Digital print with photogravure, image size 15 x 15 ⅓ in., paper size 28 ¾ x 21 in.

  • Leslie Hewitt
    Riffs on Real Time, 2008
    Digital print with silkscreen, 21 ¼ x 16 in.

The Studio Museum in Harlem is proud to present six limited-edition signed prints by recent participants in our prestigious Artist-in-Residence program: Leslie Hewitt, Khalif Kelly, Adam Pendleton, Dawit Petros, Tanea Richardson and Saya Woolfalk. Each print was produced in cooperation with Jean-Yves Noblet Contemporary Prints in an edition of only thirty-five, and the prints are available exclusively at the Studio Museum. Sales of the Benefit Prints raise important funds for the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs, including the Artist-in-Residence program.

Whether you are an avid art collector or contemplating your first purchase, the Artist-in-Residence Benefit Prints offer a superb opportunity to own a fantastic work of art, while providing direct support to the Studio Museum’s exhibitions and programs.

Prints are $1,200 each.

To purchase a print, please inquire in the Museum Store or email.