Monday, 9 July 2018

New lino print

Here is the new addition to the store.
The plate of this linocut of the woman
was cut by Stürup in 2012, printed now.
It is printed in an almost black purple.
They are printed by Stürup without a press
so they all look a bit different from each other.
It is a low edition of 18.
Go to prints to purchase.

Monday, 12 February 2018

New prussian blue print

This is a brand new print.
The lino-plate of the man having a drink
was cut by Stürup in 2012
It comes from a collection of plates, from 2012 till now 
that has just been printed as trial prints so far.
It's printed in an edition of 21 by Stürup
in a wonderful Prussian blue on Japanese paper
It is available here in the store
just go to prints

Saturday, 9 December 2017

New Linocut prints

There are 6 new lino prints added to the store.
All six are printed by Stürup on a small press in the fall of 2017.
The plates was carved during the last cpl of years.
They are printed in low editions of 21 to 29.
As usually shipping is free, you just pay for the print.

Monday, 24 October 2016

The Moth & the Light

There are three new books in the store
Pale Fire is drawn in the thin black line and catches up upon some of the themes 
that has been around the last couple of years, like the crystal, the cactus, fur and faces.
The two first volumes of Natsværmeren & Lyset (The Moth & the Light) are images all derived from 70's men magazines, with lounging women. Drawn with a soft crayon.
There is a special offer for anyone who want to buy all three books at once.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Nothing Will Corrupt Us, Nothing Will Compete

 Nothing Will Corrupt Us, Nothing Will Compete
This is Stürup's brand new book.
It is a 32 page full colour softcover catalogue of the works from the solo exhibition:
Nothing Will Corrupt Us, Nothing Will Compete at Künstlerhaus Bethanien. Berlin. Germany
This was the first time Stürup has been showing his new paintings,
 since he had stopped painting in the mid 90’s.
The catalogue has images of all the work from the exhibition,
besides all the paintings there are all of the fur sculptures and drawings reproduced.

Written In Fur Drawn In Snow

Written In Fur Drawn In Snow
This is an artists’ book by Jasper Sebastian Stürup
It was published by Forever & Today, Inc. in New York in 2012
Stürup have had the exhibition: 
I Don't Believe You, It Used To Be Like That And Now It Goes Like This. 
at Forever & Today, Inc. in 2009
The book was meant as an extension of this exhibition, but took on a life of its own, 
it still have images of two of the works from the show.
The book is a nice hardcover with magenta foil stamp of a drawing on the cover
The content of the book is split into five sections:
The first 16 pages are black and white photographs
The second section is a collection of texts on the works and books by Stürup, by:
 Christoph Tannert, Director Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. David Senior, Bibliographer MoMA Library, NYC. The introduction and an in-depth interview with Stürup are written by the two directors of Forever & Today, Inc Ingrid Chu and Savannah Gorton.
The third section consists of 32 pages of black and white drawings.
The fourth section, 32 pages, is a mix of drawings, photographs, paintings and the first fur sculpture.
The book ends with 16 pages of colour photographs.

There is a special edition of the book,
It has green foil stamp on the cover and has a loose inserted signed and numbered photograph
The edition of this version is 25 + 9 AP

That's When the Rabbit Taught the Eagle a Lesson With a Smith & Wesson

That's When the Rabbit Taught the Eagle a Lesson With a Smith & Wesson
This is an artists’ book,
160 page hardcover with works by:
Mike Paré / Barry McGee/ Jasper Sebastian Stürup / Kristofer Hultenberg / D-L Alvarez
Stürup invited the four other artists to be part of the book, he arranged both the book 
and the exhibition of the book at Participant INC. in New York 2010
The book was the sole object of the exhibition, the book was displayed so that every pages was on view, with gold foil on the walls.
You had to walk thru the hole gallery space to see all of the book
and you could buy the book and thereby bring the exhibition home

Installation view at Participant INC. NYC