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We believe that art should be affordable and accessible in its distribution. This virtual platform allows you to support some of the work by our network of artists. Our editions and publications are printed in-house, often in collaboration with curators and organizations that share a common aesthetic. Furthermore also promotes a selection of zines and printed media made independently by other artists and collectives.


America's Backyard Museum

Simon Vega
America’s Backyard Museum
2012
digital pigment print and silkscreen on hot press rag paper
edition of 10
20" x 25.5"

Simon Vega’s print was produced in collaboration with Pleasant Plains Workshop.

ABOUT THE WORK:

Simon Vega creates drawings, ephemeral sculptures and installations inspired by the informal, self-made architecture found in marginal zones and shantytowns. A style that is also embraced throughout other sectors of society, such as in the nomadic carts of street vendors and through the broader “architecture of necessity” that is common throughout developing nations. This edition incorporates both digital and analog printmaking and is an extension of the artist’s ongoing interest in the varied effects of American political and military influence in Central America, specifically in his native country of El Salvador.

-- Simon Vega
San Salvador, 2012

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Born in El Salvador in 1972, the artist received a BFA from the University of Veracruz in Mexico in 1994 and received an MFA from the Complutense University in Madrid in 2006. He has exhibited his work extensively in Europe, the US, and Latin America, including the Havana Biennial, Cuba; Zona MACO, Mexico City; Socrates Sculpture Park, New York; El Museo del Barrio, New York; Bronx River Art Center, New York; and the Hilger BROT Kunsthalle in Vienna.

Price: $750.00

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Bedscape III

Ethan Browning
Bedscape III
2011
digital pigment print on hot press rag paper
edition of 20
16" x 20"

ABOUT THE WORK:

Originally taken as part of a project examining the culture of a small town in rural Michigan, this image was one of three I had taken of beds. After spending time with them, I realized the beds spoke to a different set of concerns than I was addressing at the time. The bed is a space we take time to personalize yet experience through closed eyes. These “bedscapes” have inspired a new series about the spaces we inhabit during the hours we sleep.

-- Ethan Browning
Washington, 2013

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Ethan Browning was born in Washington, D.C. in 1984. He earned a BA in philosophy and religion from Ithaca College (2006) and a BFA in photojournalism from Corcoran College of Art + Design (2012). His work focuses on people who have formed their own, unique sense of identity as individuals, and as communities. He has exhibited in Washington, DC, New York, Mexico, and Australia.

www.ethanbrowning.com

Price: $300.00

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Boom Boom Man

Irvin Climaco Morazan
BOOM BOOM MAN
2011
digital pigment print on luster photo paper
edition of 5
20x24

ABOUT THE WORK:

In my work, I create fantastical sculptures that I wear in performances, photographs, and videos. I intertwine my indigenous ancestry with contemporary subcultures. Merging old tribal traditions with urban street aesthetics, I create new personas that blur the boundaries of stereotypes. The work draws on multiple associations and meaning while valuing history, theory, hum, and everyday life. This particular photograph was inspired by Mayan cave frescoes that depict similar poses as break-dancers in motion.

-- Irvin Morazan
New York, 2013

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Irvin Morazan was born in El Salvador, San Salvador in 1976. He received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts (2003) and an MFA from Hunter College (2013). Recent awards and residencies include the Robert Mapplethorpe Award for Photography (2003), the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Residency (2009), the Cisneros Grant/SOMA Residency in Mexico City (2012), and an Art Matters Grant to complete research in Japan (2013). His work has been featured in Art in America, Brooklyn Rail, and the New York Times.

He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

www.irvinmorazan.blogspot.com

Price: $800.00

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Untitled

Halsey Hathaway
Untitled
2011
4-color digital pigment print on archival matte paper
edition of 100
11"x14"

Halsey Hathaway’s print is the second in a series of prints with artists in partnership with Progress Report.

ABOUT THE WORK:

For the print collaboration with Furthermore and Progress Report, I found myself faced with the challenge of digital technology thinking for me. I wanted to refuse the technology’s need to create illusions of the visual mixtures that are essential to my drawing process. I had to push the computer age back into the physical world of more traditional printing. To do so, I accepted the now-classic offset printing process of using pure ink colors—C, M, Y, K—as my pallette and moved forward, drawing four individual layers to be scanned and printed on the same page one on top of another.

-- Halsey Hathaway
New York, 2011

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Halsey Hathaway was born in Buffalo, NY in 1980. He received his BFA from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, his MFA from Hunter College in New York, NY, and was awarded the Tony Smith Award from Hunter College. Halsey Hathaway is a 2010 fellow in painting from the New York Foundation for the Arts. He has exhibited throughout the New York City area, including: Eleven Rivington, Roebling Hall, Silver Shed, The Painting Center, Stand Pipe Gallery, The Bronx River Art Center, and Casey Kaplan Gallery. Halsey’s work has been mentioned in many publications including The New Yorker, Time Out New York, and Array Magazine. He will exhibiting new paintings at the historic Reid Chapel of First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church of Baltimore in December 2011 and will be in a two-person show at Storefront Bushwick in Brooklyn, NY in January 2012.

www.halseyhathaway.com

Orders can either be shipped, picked up at Furthermore, or picked up at Progress Report.

Price: $60.00

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Feature Length Painting #1

James Huckenpahler
Feature Length Painting #1
2011
Published by SUPERLUCKYLAND, Washington DC
6.63" wide x 10.25" tall, 66 pages
Laser printed, staple bound
Edition of 250

What if filmmaker Guy Maddin channeled the ghost of Heroditus, instructed him to write a history of Washington DC, and hired Gustave Dore to provide illustrations? Feature Length Painting chronicles the author’s research for a broader, ongoing work - an allegorical, illustrated history of the Federal City. It includes selections from a collection of narrative sketches that provide the settings on which the images are based. The images themselves are experiments that fold together the formal vocabularies of 19th, 20th, and 21st-century imaging technologies (engraving, photography, and digital imaging).

www.superluckyland.com

Price: $30.00

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Eyes That Are Like Two Suns

Luke Stettner
Eyes that are like two suns
2011
8.5 x 11 inches, 48 pp
4 color offset, saddle stitched, soft cover
Edition of 250

Created in conjunction with Stettner’s 2011 exhibition at Kate Werble Gallery, New York. Images by Luke Stettner. Text by Carmen Winant. Design by Common Name.

www.lukestettner.com

Price: $30.00

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Shapes

Ai Oe
Shapes
2011
Published by Booklet Press, Tokyo
13 x 18 cm, 24 pp
Laser printed, staple bound
Edition of 50

A playful split-page zine that allows the reader to reconfigure graphic renderings of shape-works by Jean Arp, Blinky Palermo, John Hejduk, Wassily Kandinsky, Ellsworth Kelly, Imi Knoebel, and Richard Tuttle. “These are arrangements I have collected by any number of artists who worked with configurations of shapes. The booklet is cut down the middle so they can become new work or your work. The artists cited in this book are listed, split, along the gutter.”

www.bookletpress.org

Price: $7.00

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52 O Street, NW | 312
Washington, DC 20001

Brooklyn, NY
254 Johnson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206