Alic Brock recently lifted the veil on his first West Coast exhibition Screen Shot at Simchowitz Gallery. Each of the hyper-collaged paintings on view are meant to emphasize subtraction, rather than addition — an investigation into the age of the internet and society's obsession with removing imperfection.
To coincide with the event, the Atlanta-based artist has released a limited-edition print that mirrors a painting from the show. In Triple Elvis, Brock overlays the iconic rock 'n' roll musician over a range of gradated backdrops.
Triple Elvis is an edition of 50 (plus six artist proofs) and will come in a variety of colorways. The archival inkjet print is made on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching 350 gsm paper and sizes in at 28 inches high, by 24.5 inches wide. The artwork is available to purchase for $400 USD via Simco Editions.
On the topic of editions, Futura will release the latest iteration of Pointman.
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