Traditionally, the art world “shuts down” for the Summer. It is a broad market perspective that sends the art collector for a well deserved ocean respite. It’s also a good time for art world transitions.
I’ve been involved in several off-season moves that will intensify my career as artist, dealer and art writer. New York City is on the very near horizon and I should be in position soon to conduct more studio visits, museum previews and exhibition reviews.
The Summer has also brought about the founding of my personal artist website. I’m offering up a new signed and numbered, archival, limited edition pigment print seven days a week. All of my artistic pursuits are updated daily on the site. Check in regularly to examine progress on my portfolio, ongoing projects and store. Please sign up here to receive a weekly digest via email highlighting all of the action.
Scroll down for a small selection of my work from this year. Two prints, a pair of photographs, a couple of projects, some paintings and now, yes, I have been branded with my own logo.
Scott Lickstein, Spectrum Sipper, archival pigment print on 300 gsm, 100% cotton, acid & lignin free paper, 20.25 x 17 inches, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, The Hawk, archival pigment print on 300 gsm, 100% cotton, acid & lignin free paper, 17 x 17 inches, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, Life and Death in the Forest, c-print, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, Mystics and Tides 014, c-print, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, When I’m Gone 036, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, When I’m Gone 044, 2011.
Scott Lickstein with Ian Gamache, Let’s Play Hostage, 2011.
Scott Lickstein with Ian Gamache, Boring Summer Movie, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, Speechless, 2011.
Scott Lickstein, Moonwolf, 2011.