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A new limited-edition silkscreen from Rashid Johnson

The nocturnal seascape silkscreen emerged from Johnson's newly developed Seascape painting series, recently highlighted at his exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Menorca, and which draw on historical narratives of migration and journeys, longing and displacement.  This is the latest print to come out of Rashid’s ongoing collaboration with Bob Blanton at Brand X Editions.

Rashid Johnson: Untitled (Seascape)


Rashid Johnson: Untitled (Seascape)

  • 2023
  • 9-color silkscreen resist with hand-applied pigment Ed. of 51 + 15 AP
  • 121.9 × 165.1 cm / 48 × 65 in
  • Copublished by Brand X Editions and Hauser & Wirth Editions
Rashid Johnson: Untitled (Seascape)
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Brand X Editions

Master printer Robert Blanton began his career in 1974 at Styria Studio in New York, collaborating with artists on such projects as James Rosenquist’s “F-111”, Robert Rauschenberg’s “Chow Bags” and Roy Lichtenstein’s “Still Lifes”. Five years later Blanton opened his own studio in New York: Brand X Editions.

Brand X Editions is dedicated to the fine art of experimental and traditional printmaking, publishing editions by some of the most significant artists of our time.

Editions and multiples produced and published by Brand X Editions over the past 40 years are in private collections and museums throughout the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; the Museum of Modern Art, NY; the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; the Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Walker Art Center, MN; the Tate Gallery, London; and many more.

The Artist


Born in Chicago in 1977, Rashid Johnson is among an influential cadre of contemporary American artists whose work employs a wide range of media to explore themes of art history, individual and shared cultural identities, personal narratives, literature, philosophy, materiality, and critical history. After studying in the photography department of the Art Institute of Chicago, Johnson’s practice quickly expanded to embrace a wide range of media – including sculpture, painting, drawing, filmmaking, and installation ­– yielding a complex multidisciplinary practice that incorporates diverse materials rich with symbolism and personal history.