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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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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 post-war and contemporary international paintings, prints, sculpture, photographs and works on paper. Our historical expertise is 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.

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Not Baldessari (I will not make any more boring art, 1971) | Mike Bidlo

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As much as I love painting and sculpture, the essence of my publishing program had its roots in Conceptual Art, beginning in 2003 with my first major publishing project, Supernova, with Swiss multimedia artist John Armleder. That said, for the Spring 2021 online edition of the IFPDA Print Fair, I am excited to release my second project and fifth edition with the well-known American Conceptualist and appropriation artist, Mike Bidlo.

I’ve also selected four other World House Editions projects whose work I feel is extremely relevant at the moment – editions by Beverly Semmes, Liza Lou, Caetano de Almeida and Josh Smith – as well as a highly diverse and eclectic group of secondary market prints and multiples. The earliest is a 1953 work by Constant, a founding member of The Cobra group, while the most recent is a 2019 multiple object by Swiss sculptor and printmaker Not Vital. Other notable highlights include: one of Wayne Thiebaud’s earliest known etching from 1962; Susan Rothenberg’s first print portfolio; and classic examples by Brice Marden, Asger Jorn, Alex Katz, Robert Longo, Terry Winters and Lee Krasner.

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World House Editions | IFPDA Print Fair - online - Spring 2021

Mike Bidlo

Not Baldessari (I will not make any more boring art, 1971)

2021

22 x 30 inches

Lithograph printed on ivory Arches paper

Published by World House Editions

Edition of 50

$2,500

Beverly Semmes

Mouth (FRP Edition #1)

2014

12 3/4 x 10 inches

Archival pigment print printed on Hotpress paper with digitally stitched rayon embroidery

Published by World House Editions

Edition of 30

$2,500

Liza Lou

Woven

2016

28 x 22 inches

Lithograph printed with Handschy Proofing Black ink on 140lb High White Arches watercolor paper

Published by World House Editions

Edition of 28

$4,000

Caetano de Almeida

Untitled I (WHE-CA 2013.45)

2013

27 1/4 x 21 inches

Monotype hand-drawn by the artist with lithographic inks and printed on 300gsm white Fabriano Artistico paper

Published by World House Editions

Unique

$4,500

Liza Lou, proof of Woven coming off the press at Deb Chaney Editions, 2016

Josh Smith

Jumping Fish II (WHE-JS#29)

2009

30 x 22 inches

Monotype hand-drawn by the artist with lithographic inks and printed on 300gsm BFK Rives paper

Published by World House Editions

Unique

$15,000

Josh Smith, work table, monotype project, 2009

Mike Bidlo

Not Baldessari (I will not make any more boring art, 1971)

22 x 30 inches

Lithograph printed on ivory Arches paper

Edition of 50

$2,500

Beverly Semmes

Mouth (FRP Edition #1)

12 3/4 x 10 inches

Archival pigment print printed on Hotpress paper with digitally stitched rayon embroidery

Edition of 30

$2,500

Liza Lou

Woven

28 x 22 inches

Lithograph printed with Handschy Proofing Black ink on 140lb High White Arches watercolor paper

Edition of 28

$4,000

Caetano de Almeida

Untitled I (WHE-CA 2013.45)

27 1/4 x 21 inches

Monotype hand-drawn by the artist with lithographic inks and printed on 300gsm white Fabriano Artistico paper

Unique

$4,500

Josh Smith

Jumping Fish II (WHE-JS#29)

30 x 22 inches

Monotype hand-drawn by the artist with lithographic inks and printed on 300gsm BFK Rives paper

Unique

$15,000