From 1998 to 2002, Donald Taglialatella operated his itinerant World House Gallery, holding roving exhibitions for the artists he represented in temporary and disused spaces throughout SoHo and Chelsea in New York City. At the same time, in 1998 he founded his publishing imprint, World House Editions, which since the end of 2002 has been his public face in the art world.
World House Editions is a publisher of limited edition prints, portfolios, multiple objects, photographs and video works by an eclectic group of international artists. We are strictly a publisher - not a printer - and collaborate closely with the artists we publish, working with a highly select group of contract print workshops and fabricators in the U.S. and Europe in order to best realize our projects.
We also specialize in the resale of high-quality contemporary paintings, prints, sculpture, photographs and works on paper. Our expertise is in the area of European and American Post-War and Contemporary art with an historical emphasis on The Cobra group.
Based in a two-story 1940s converted carriage house in the small town of Middlebury, Connecticut since 2006, we are open by appointment only.
Cephalothin, Damien Hirst
Wayne Thiebaud, Large Sucker, 1971, lithograph
For the Fall 2022 IFPDA Print Fair online, I please to feature a highly diverse and eclectic group of editions. Many are from my inventory of secondary market material, though I have also included some editions published through my World House Editions imprint. I hope you enjoy this wide variety of works I have selected. Please don’t hesitate to contact me for additional information and prices. Thank you.
- Donald Taglialatella
Vito Acconci, Brian Alfred, John Armleder, Mike Bidlo, Alexander Calder, Richard Diebenkorn, Dan Graham, Damien Hirst, Robert Indiana, Alex Katz, Barbara Kruger, Alix Lambert, Lois Lane, Sherrie Levine, Sol LeWitt, Robert Longo, Liza Lou, Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, Fairfield Porter, David Row, William Scott, Toko Shinoda, Mitchell Squire, Wayne Thiebaud, Bernar Venet, Tom Wesselmann