Image (left): Ray Caesar Limited Box Set Edition of 50.
The highly anticipated release of limited edition box sets for the art collector just beginning and those already seasoned. Check out these must have box sets by Ray Caesar, Myron Zabol and Selena Wong. These museum quality art prints are presented in a beautiful cloth covered box that is hand bound.
Each box set will contain archival pigmented prints on bright white, archival, acid free, fine art paper. Al prints are hand signed and numbered by the artist.
Image (right): Selena Wong Limited Box Set Edition of 25.
The Ray Caesar box will contain a set of 6 prints individually signed – Edition size of 50. $2200 for Edition 6-9.
Artist Myron Zabol will be releasing two box sets one titled Paris Fin De Siècle and the other Les Jardins Sauvage. Each set will contain 15 prints individually signed – Edition size of 25. The first (5) boxes are $1875.
Artist Selena Wong box will contain a set of 10 prints individually signed – Edition size of 25. The first (5) boxes are $850.
The boxes measure 13 3/4″ x 10 3/4″ x 1 1/2″ and are made from archival acid free board covered in grey archival linen book cloth. The print size will vary for each artist. Each set will also contain a introductory note on Gallery House letterhead.
These very limited and exquisite sets are affordably priced starting from $850 and up depending on the artist you select and are perfect for both the seasoned and neophyte collector.
Dina Goldstein “Fallen Princesses”
Dina Goldstein is a Vancouver, Canada based photographer and Pop-Surrealist artist making waves in visual arts both in Canada and on the international arts scene. Starting her career with the intention of being a war photographer/photojournalist, she found that it was the humanity of her subjects, the women and children and their daily lives that intrigued her the most.
After working as an editorial photographer, in 2009 she exhibited the very successful and critically lauded Fallen Princesses, a series of visually striking, large-format tableaus meditating on, exploring, and satirizing contemporary society. Said Goldstein in an on-line interview:
“My daughters, social observation and my own outlook on contemporary life are a great source of inspiration for me. When my daughter Jordan was four, she began to talk about Disney princesses. At that time my mother discovered that she had breast cancer. The two events collided and made me wonder what a princess would look like if she had to battle a disease, struggle financially, or deal with aging. I began to imagine what could happen to the princess after the “happily ever after.” Naturally they would have to deal with challenges that all modern women face. I began to loosely sketch and came up with ideas for 10 images. With a very limited budget and a lot of volunteer help, Fallen Princesses debuted in 2009 and became a viral success.”
With her art, Goldstein’s intention is to not echo au currant beauty norms but to hold a mirror up to a society heavily influenced by pop culture and the myth of perfection. “By twisting the storylines of beloved characters I am able to provide some insight into the human condition, and expose the many flaws in the nature of humankind.”
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