Hauser & Wirth Editions

Gary Simmons: Black Ark Stars (Process Black)

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$2,000.00
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$2,000.00
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about the edition

Limited edition benefit print from Los Angeles based artist Gary Simmons featuring the artist’s iconic shooting stars, a multivalent symbol that conjures the ephemerality of dreams, hopes and desires.  

100% of sales proceeds will benefit Art to Acres, an initiative for artists, gallerists and collectors with a mission to support large-scale land conservation. 

Edition of 35 printed by Shoestring Press, each signed and numbered by the artist. Sold unframed.

Dedicated to doing more with less, Shoestring Press, founded by Lane Sell and located in Brooklyn, serves artists with printmaking studio space, master printer services, and community.

Details

  • Gary Simmons (b. 1964)
  • Black Ark Stars (Process Black)
  • Benefit print for Earth Day 
  • 2022
  • Lithograph and screenprint with Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee on paper
  • Edition of 35 + 10 APs
  • 50.8 x 40.6 cm / 20 x 16 inches
  • Sold unframed

Shipping and Returns

United States Domestic shipping rate for this item is USD$245.

International shipping rate for this item is USD$285 or equivalent.

Insurance option available for an additional fee of USD$150 per edition.

Please note – this item ships from the United States – taxes and duties may apply upon import for international orders and are the sole responsibility of the purchaser. 

Please see Shipping & Returns for more information.

Gary Simmons: Black Ark Stars (Process Black)

Regular price
$2,000.00
Sale price
$2,000.00
Regular price
| INC. VAT

Lithograph and screenprint with Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee on paper

Edition of 35

Printed by Shoestring Press

50.8 x 40.6 cm / 20 x 16 inches

“I don’t think environmentally conscious decisions need to be heavy-handed or polarizing. Small choices we make on a daily basis can effect change. That’s a place we can all start. We can’t just keep pushing the problem to the next generation and expect them to fix it.”

– Gary Simmons