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Christopher Wool Limited Edition for The Kitchen

Universal Limited Art Editions is pleased to announce a new limited edition by Christopher Wool published for Ice and Fire, a benefit exhibition curated by artists and Kitchen board members Wade Guyton and Jacqueline Humphries. The limited edition lithograph is now available through partnering galleries Luhring Augustine, Greene Naftali, and Petzel Gallery.

Christopher Wool (b. 1955, Chicago) lives and works in New York and Marfa, Texas. Over the past four decades, the painter has reinvigorated the medium meanwhile expanding his practice to include sculpture, photography, and print- and bookmaking. In this untitled lithograph, Wool deploys a signature tactic of appropriation and reinvention by invoking the icon of Kazimir Malevich's Black Cross (1915). For Wool the black cross is a sign for the covid-19 crisis which stands over or in front of us all.

All proceeds from the sale will go to The Kitchen and help in its upcoming 50th Anniversary season, and ensure it remains a platform for artists for generations to come.

To inquire, please email to be connected with the galleries assisting with the sale.

Christopher Wool, Untitled, 2020, Lithograph on Rives BFK paper. 41 x 31 1/2 in. (104.1 x 80 cm). Edition of 60. Publication services and materials courtesy of Universal Limited Art Editions. © 2020 Christopher Wool. All rights reserved.