The exhibition aims to combat the often impenetrable and exclusionary nature of the art world, in part by showcasing the versatility of art associated with traditional crafts and design.
Instead of eschewing the familiar, almost utilitarian roots commonly related to the mediums in which they work, the artists featured in LIMITED EDITIONS expand upon and embrace these elements. Ironically, they are able to synthesize the most unconventional, unexpected, and at times, subversive, aspects of their work through this methodology, in both form and subject matter.
Each artwork deftly walks the line between the orthodox and the experimental, between decor and fine art. This delicate balancing act lends the work a type of instantaneous approachability often distinctly missing in more conventional “fine art” forms while still retaining an inventive sensibility. This, in combination with the work’s affordability, makes for an ideal entry point for frequently ignored emerging art connoisseurs. The accessible yet artistically provocative nature of the artworks enables developing collectors to establish and embrace their own aesthetics and tastes.